Loves Glance by Suhail Mirza

Introduction

Each day for the past several months, I’ve had the pleasure of waking up to a new poem by Suhail Mirza posted on Facebook. Each poem about love that Suhail writes fills me with hope and reminds me that the real purpose of life is to love first and beyond all else.

Wisdom and strength are found in each line of poetry which Suhail carefully constructs with intent to divulge deep insight into the mysteries of life and love. My perception is that Suhail Mirza’s poems are reminiscent of the Persian Poet Rumi, but with a modern and extraordinarily romantic twist.

Love's Glance by Suhail Mirza

I look forward to Suhail’s release of his book of poetry with excitement and look forward to reading many more poems by Suhail Mirza. Below I’ve shared one of his many poems with you. This is one of my favorites.

Loves Glance

by Suhail Mirza

We who seek still to clothe our lives in eternal verity

See so many who regard honour as no longer a necessity

In a world where shallowness is deified

Miraculous that even a few “old souls” have survived

To carry the torch of Truth and ignite its light

To be warriors in this last phase of the Divine fight

For those whose suffering can seem ceaseless

In a world which Modernism teaches is pitiless

Must be reminded of their beautiful self-worth

Each and every one Heaven’s Viceregent on Earth

For every soul perennially deserves the chance

To be bathed in the beauty of Love’s eternal glance


Recommended Reading by Suhail Mirza

Many Mansions by Suhail Mirza

In this beautifully written book, by Suhail Mirza, acclaimed mystical writer and Founder of Spiritual Solutions, you will learn how to move from meaninglessness to one of joyous purposefulness through unveiling the Light within your heart.

The Flames of Love: Poetry of the Journey of Divine Love

It is thought by many that Suhail is a modern day Rumi, and I agree. In this collection of poetry he takes us on a journey to a secret garden where Divine Masculine and Feminine rejoice together in the flames of their love.

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