This was the 2nd collection of Daniel Ladinsky's translations of Hafiz that I read.
Hafiz is so full of delight and laughter....he is madly in love with God and shares this madness with wild abandon and joy.
Hafiz... each piece falls like rain,like buttery light,like a gentle knowing laugh and like quiet gems..
Would have been a very nice gift, but our dog got ahold of this only package under the Christmas tree and shredded some of the book. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Sue Johnson
I'm still savoring each page, one or two at a time. Food for the soul.Published 4 months ago by patty
One of my favorite books of poetry. I go back to it time and again. It is sensual and spiritual, and always uplifting. Read morePublished 4 months ago by LadyDunn
Translation is complicated in that the veracity of the work must be taken on faith if one does not know the original language. Read morePublished 8 months ago by darvish khan
One of my favorite collections of Hafiz! It awakens the child with audacious, resplendent light. Making it's way into the soul with a happy, spiritually deep, witty, and brilliant... Read morePublished 8 months ago by BeachBumDad