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fbharjo commented on the word Ispahan
A very good friend's mother is a weaver from Isfahan.May someday I weave the mosaic roses of the other half) and drink sheer oz!
March 16, 2011
ruzuzu commented on the word Ispahan
Sing the gardens, my heart, that you do not know; like gardenspoured in glass, clear, unattainable.Waters and roses of Ispahan or of Shiraz,blissfully sing them, praise them, comparable to none. From the Sonnets to Orpheus by Rainer Maria Rilke, translated by M.D. Herter Norton.There's a part in there about weaving, too: Avoid the error of thinking something is missedfor the resolve once taken, this: to be!Silken thread, you became part of the weaving.Whichever the picture you are inherently one with (be it even a moment out of the life of pain),feel that the whole, the glorious carpet is meant.
September 27, 2010