At his door, what is the difference

by Hakim Sanai

English version by D.L. Pendlebury
Original Language Persian/Farsi

At his door, what is the difference
between Moslem and Christian,
virtuous and guilty?
At his door all are seekers
and he the sought.

-- from The Walled Garden of Truth, by Hakim Sanai / Translated by David Pendlebury

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