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Attar's poetry inspired Rumi and many other Sufi poets. It is said that Rumi actually met Attar when Attar was an old man and Rumi was a boy, though some scholars dispute this possibility.
Poems by Farid ud-Din Attar :
A slave's freedom
The Dullard Sage
The moths and the flame
The Valley of the Quest
The pilgrim sees no form but His and knows (from Bou Ali and the Old Woman)
Invocation
The Simurgh
God Speaks to Moses
God Speaks to David
The Pupil asks; the Master answers
The Nightingale
A dervish in ecstasy
How long then will you seek for beauty here?
Look -- I do nothing; He performs all deeds
The Hawk
The Lover
The peacock's excuse
The Vain Bird
All who, reflecting as reflected see
I shall grasp the soul's skirt with my hand
Looking for your own face
Mysticism
The angels have bowed down to you and drowned
The Birds Find Their King
The Eternal Mirror
( نيشابور - آرامگاه عطار )

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