(Includes a Verse of Mir Razi Danish)
One day Iqbal questioned the Kalim of Tur
O You whose foot-prints converted the Valley of Sinai into a garden!
The fire of Namrud is still ablaze in the world
Why your Love's old fire has been hidden from the eye?
The reply of Sinai's Master was If you are a Muslim
Leaving the Invisible do not become the lover of the visible
If you have taste for the visible you need the Faith of Khalil
Otherwise ashes are the adornments of your life
If you are Lover of the Invisible do not care at all
Set your lamp in the Valley of Faran and remain waiting
The visible's glory is temporary, the Invisibile's Majesty is permanent
This Truth has the body-and-soul connection with Love
What if the flame of Namrud is alight in the world
The candle melts itself in the midst of the assembly
My light like the stone's spark is better if concealed