Symbolism in Latif's Poetry
Institute of Sindhology, University of Sind, 1983 - 223 pages
On the symbolic poetry of the Sindhi poet Shāh ʻAbd al-Laṭīf, 1689-ca. 1752; includes selected verses.
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The Immortal Beauty of Latifs Sea Poetry
Sasui Abri As Allegory of Life
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beauty become Beloved blessed body bring clouds comes create dark dear deep depend divine doth drink earth existence eyes face feel fish flow forces fresh Friend give ground Guide hands happy heart Heaven Holy hope human hunting inner keep land Latif leave light lines live look Lord lost matter means melt mind mountains move mysterious nature never Note pain pass path peace physical poet poor pray rain reach reveals rise river sails Sasui secret seek separation shower side significance signs soul spiritual struggle sublime suffering Suhni swan sweet symbol thine thirst thou thought truth unity universe verses waves whole بن به پاٹ تن ته تون تي جا جن جو جي سي سین كي کي مان مون نہ یا