Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore - The Ecstatic Exchange mp3 album
DANIEL ABDAL-HAYY MOORE, it's been decades of intersplicing yet non-. connecting paths around the world. from the Berkeley house to Mecca & beyond good to see that you seem well & continuingly creative. English (UK) · Русский · Українська · Suomi · Español.
Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore (July 30, 1940 – April 18, 2016, Oakland, California, USA) was a . poet, essayist and librettist. In 1970 he converted to the Sufi tradition of Islam and changed his name to Abdal-Hayy (eventually merging it with his birth-name). He then created works such as Ramadan Sonnets (1996) and The Blind Beekeeper (2002), most works being self-published.
Daniel abdal-hayy moore the fire eater's lunchbreak in the realm of neither like when you wave at a train coattails of the saint cooked oranges I imagine a lion love is a letter burning in a high wind mars & beyond psalms for the brokenhearted ramadan sonnets salt prayers the flame of transformation turns to light the music space through rose colored.
The fast is also like being so wracked with love you can't eat. Tossed and wrenched and high and dry with single-minded devotion and expectation that no single. Bite or sip can pass our lips, our eyes are parched, throat dry, head gone elsewhere almost entirely, and. Only with extreme concentration can we perform our usual tasks with anything like normality. It sweeps us off our feet. It's bigger than we are. It goes off with all our thoughts. It's a jealous lover. HIS GENEROUS PLEASURE.
Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore says: June 8, 2008 at 9:13 pm. Salaama. There may be a haiku book in the not too distant future, insha’Allah. As they say, Stay tuned! May Allah bless all your work and thought. ith His Light. ma-salaama Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore. Noura says: June 6, 2008 at 2:02 pm. Alsalam ‘alaikum Sidi, I really like your Haiku poems. Is there a publication of them as a book?
Books by Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore. The Zen Gardening Kit/Book and Japanese Rock Garden. by Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore. Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers. Love is a Letter Burning in a High Wind, Poems. Publisher: The Ecstatic Exchange.
Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore. Born in 1940 in Oakland, California, Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore’s first book of poems, Dawn Visions, was published by Lawrence Ferlinghetti of City Lights Books, San Francisco, in 1964, and the second in 1972, Burnt Heart/Ode to the War Dead. Abdallah Jones and the Disappearing-Dust Caper is the tenth in the series, and the first for young adults in the Ecstatic Exchange, Crescent Series.
Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore (born July 30, 1940) is an American poet, essayist, and librettist. Moore was born in Oakland, California, as Daniel Moore. In 1970 he embraced the Sufic tradition of Islam and changed his name to Abdal-Hayy (eventually merging it with his birth-name).
|From 'Dawn Visions'|
|A1||The Place Of All Possible Darkness/All Possible Light|
|A2||Dawn Of The Spun Leaf-Spawn In The Visible Desert|
|A3||The Place Of All Possible Darkness/All Possible Light|
|A5||Song Of The Night Thistle|
|A6||A Gouged Signpost In The Palm|
|A7||Song Of The Shaggy Darkness Rising|
|A8||The Place Of All Possible Darkness/All Possible Light|
|A9||Dawn Of Gladness|
|B1||Song Of The Star Crown|
|B2||Song Of The High Alabaster Chalice/Window Of Dawn|
|B3||The Place Of All Possible Darkness/All Possible Light|
|B4||High Song Of The Dawn Circle/Circle Of Light|
|B5||The Ignited Lips Of Praise|
|From 'Blood Songs'|
|B6||The Roar Of The Cataract|
|B8||Out Of The Foxglove|
|From 'Shaking The Quicksilver Pool'|
|B9||The Sound Of Earth's Rotation|
- Music By, Voice [Poetry] – Daniel Abdal-Hayy Moore