the thousand and one nights quotes

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No hand has been allowed to touch
The rose I hide,
Though eyes have looked upon it and desired it.
An early dew woos the half-opened flowers
I passed a tomb among green shades
Where seven anemones with down-dropped heads
For him nor deep nor hill there is,
But all's one level plain he hunts for flowers.
Your mouth, dear child, is envied of the bees.
Love was before the light began,
When light if over,love shall be
I pray that Allah may be moved
To drop sleep on her eyes because she loved.
I please
To plant some more dew-wet anemones
That they may weep.
How much time, approximately, can a worker in a hectic, speeded-up world give to his work and be a sane, all-round, informed, and ...
In summer we live out of doors, and have only impulses and feelings, which are all for action, and must wait commonly for the stil ...
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