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Hafez of Shiraz -136

Bamboo pen, hand written in ink by: Shahram Seyedan Nahavindi.

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Joanna Jungjohann 02 Apr 2009

another brilliantly colored art piece

Renata Cavanaugh 21 Mar 2009

Love those colors....and so cool to read the translations......I know it must be time consuming, but I would love to see them along with your artwork

Anonymous Guest (IP: 88.88.101.152) 20 Mar 2009

this work had a deep dimension Sharam! xo annette steens

Artist Reply: I missed you a lot! I'm happy now :))

Anneke Hut 20 Mar 2009

Beautiful new artworks, Shahram! I love it how you write a kind of frame around the page and of course the colouring is great again. I couldn't find this number, or is it your number of artwork? :)

Artist Reply: Hi, sorry, good guess, that is my collection #. I'll send you the translation dear Anneke for my: Hafez of Shiraz-136. P.S. today, the first day of Spring was the "Persian New Year" day! It makes a lot of sense, dosn't it? :))
Artist Reply: Whoever was intimate with his heart, his love defined And he who was not, in his doubt was left behind. If my heart went through the veil, then fault me not I thank God that it did not remain within the veil of mind. The Sufis took back their gown from the wine It was our gown, forever to the tavern was assigned. Drunken Dervishes passed by, and it passed by Our drunken tales the hands of time defied. Each cup that was filled by that lovely hand Transmuted into tears, our jealous eyes mystified. My heart from the first, unto this last, is in love I know of none, who in this love, forever remained blind. I was lovesick. Though your eyes bloomed as flowers, Your loveliness remains veiled, this is unkind. Found nothing more joyful than the sound of words of love In this turning Merry-Go-Round that You rewind. My robe covered at least hundred faults that I could find I pawned my robe to wine, and what remained, my bare hind. Master painter was helpless in awe of your beauty Everywhere upon the walls is what in awe he had designed. To view His face, Hafiz, his heart refined For this to come to pass, always will remain in bind. Love, Shahram.

Sharon Gonzalez 20 Mar 2009

VERY STUNNING WORK, DEAR SHAHRAM.

Artist Reply: Thanks, its your lovely eyes seeing everything beautiful !!