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Spiritual Poems

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I created this topic to share spiritual Farsi poems. These poems have very deep meanings, so if every one can trasnlate any of them I'll be grateful.


تو یکی تو نیستی ای خوش رفیق                 بلکه گردونی و دریای عمیق



جهان بهر ما گرچه آراستند                    زما و تو چیز دگر خواستند



بیرون ز تو نیست هرآنچه در عالم هست               از خود بطلب هرآنچه خواهی که تویی

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آدم نباید به خاطر اعمال خوبی که انجام داده مغرور بشه


تکیه بر تقوا و دانش در طریقت کافری است       راهرو گر صد هنر دارد توکل بایدش


اگه تو کوچه یه دیوونه ای رو دیدیم مسخرش نکنیم. چون ممکنه مقامش پیش خدا از ما خیلی بالاتر باشه


فر او کروبیان را جان شدست       او در این دیوانگی پنهان شدست

Edited by amir abbas

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امام خمینی :

من به خال لبت ای دوست گرفتار شــدم
                                                   چشم بیمـار تـو را دیـدم و بیمار شـــــــدم

فارغ از خود شدم و كوس اناالحق بزدم
                                                   همچو منصور خریدار سر دار شــــــــدم

غم دلدار فكنده است به جانم، شــــررى
                                                   كه به جان آمدم و شهره بازار شــــــــــدم

درِ میخانه گشایید به رویم، شـب و روز
                                                   كه من از مسجد و از مدرسه، بیزار شدم

جامه زهد و ریا كَندم و بر تن كـــــردم
                                                   خرقه پیر خراباتى و هشیار شــــــــــــدم

واعظ شهر كه از پند خــــود آزارم داد 
                                                   از دم رند مى آلوده مددكار شـــــــــــــدم

بگذارید كه از بتكــــــــده یادى بــــــكنم
                                                  من كه با دست بت میكده بیدار شـــــــــدم



جواب رهبری یه شعر امام :

تو که خود خال لبی از چه گرفتار شـــدی
                                                   تو طبیب همه ای از چه تو بیمار شـــدی

تو که فارغ شده بودی ز همه کون و مکان
                                                   دار منصور بریدی همه تن دار شـــــدی

عشق معشوق و غم دوست بزد بر تو شرر
                                                   ای که در قول و عمل شهره بازار شدی

مسجد و مدرسه را روح و روان بخـشیدی
                                                   وه که بر مسجدیان نقطه پرگار شـــــدی

خرقه پیر خراباتی ما سیره توســــــــــــت 
                                                   امت از گفته در بار تو هشیار شــــــدی

واعظ شهر همه عــــــــــمر بزد لاف منی
                                                   دم عیسی مسیح از توپدیدار شـــــــــــدی

یادی از ما بنما ای شده آسوده ز غـــــــــم
                                                  ببریدی ز همه خلق و به حق یار شــــدی

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