IHaveLearnedSo much from GodThat I can no longerCallMyself A Christian, a Hindu, a MuslimA Buddhist, a Jew.
The Truth has shared so much of ItselfWith meThat I can no longer call myselfA man, a woman, and angelOr even pureSoul.
Love hasBefriended Hafiz so completelyIt has turned to ashAnd freedMe
Of every concept and imageMy mind has ever known.
Hafiz, Persian poet (1315 – 1390), translated by Daniel Lazinsky.
Today’s bonus! Friday special.
' I think the joke is probably
that I'm still here. '
via interview with Dave