This collection of poetry carries a Sufi message. The 31 short poems are close to the sonnet in form, with the exception of the title poem. The presence of nature in this poetry suggests both Eastern transcendentalism and Western mysticism. The lengthy title poem has six parts: The first is related to the beginnings; the second part is a tribute to sufi poets; the third part is concerned with freedom; the fourth with awakening; the fifth highlights our dreams; and the sixth is a transcendental view of the world.
Written in 1921.
121 pages, hard cover.
Rare edition published in 1970.