Themes :

Poems with the theme of Melting

  Ammons, A. R. An Improvisation for Angular Momentum
  Arabi, Muhyiddin ibn In Memory of Those Who Melt the Soul Forever
  Attar, Farid ud-Din All who, reflecting as reflected see
  Barker, Elsa He Who Knows Love
  Basava The waters of joy
  Beni Raga Ramkali
  Bernart de Ventadorn When I see the lark beating
  Crashaw, Richard To the Name above every Name, the Name of Jesus
  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Now be resolute and turn your back (from Faust)
  Granger, Ivan M. Trinket
  ha Nagid, Samuel Red in aspect, sweet in taste
  Hadewijch The Queen of Sheba
  Hafiz It Is Time to Wake Up!
  Hekhalot Hymns (Anonymous) The Face of God
  Herbert, George The Flower
  Hsuan Chueh of Yung Chia / Yoka Genkaku [15] Some may slander, some may abuse (from The Shodoka)
  Hsuan Chueh of Yung Chia / Yoka Genkaku [59] Two monks were guilty of murder and carnality (from The Shodoka)
  Jacopone da Todi (Benedetti, Jacopone) As air becomes the medium for light when the sun rises
  Kuhi of Shiraz, Baba In the market, in the cloister--only God I saw
  Lalla If you've melted your desires
  Lalla Intense cold makes water ice
  Maharshi, Ramana The Marital Garland of Letters
  Manikkavacakar While unperishing love melted my bones
  Meher Baba The Beloved's Poem on His Dhuni
  Misri, Dhun-Nun al- The haunt of the hearts of the gnostics
  Nasimi, Imadeddin At love's most sumptuous feast was I with love made drunk
  Ramsay, Jay In the Aber Valley
  Reninger, Elizabeth splash
  Rumi, Mevlana Jelaluddin How long will you say, "I will conquer the whole world
  Rumi, Mevlana Jelaluddin Suddenly, in the sky at dawn, a moon appeared
  Sanai, Hakim Melt yourself down in this search
  Sarmad To the dignified station of love I was raised
  Shankara You are my true self, O Lord
  Snyder, Gary At Tower Peak
  Tagore, Rabindranath (80) I am like a remnant of a cloud of autumn (from Gitanjali)
  Tagore, Rabindranath (84) It is the pang of separation that spreads throughout the world (from Gitanjali)
  Thayumanavar Prayer to Being - Let Us Contemplate
  Thayumanavar To have reached the state of impassivity that holds (from Bliss that is Perfect Full)
  Tilopa Song of the Mahamudra (Tilopa's Song to Naropa)
  Tolkien, J. R. R. The Song of Beren and Lúthien
  Tsogyel, Yeshe Now until the dualistic identity mind melts and dissolves
  Wordsworth, William Such was the Boy--but for the growing Youth (from The Excursion, Book 1)
  Yogananda, Paramahansa Samadhi