Themes :
Bliss

Poems with the theme of Bliss

  Abulafia, Rabbi Abraham And YHVH spoke to me when I saw His name
  Abulafia, Rabbi Abraham Circles 3 (from Life of the Future World)
  Adyashanti The Shape of Love
  Alighieri, Dante The love of God, unutterable and perfect
  Angelou, Maya Million Man March Poem
  Angelou, Maya Phenomenal Woman
  Angelou, Maya Savior
  Arabi, Muhyiddin ibn When we came together
  Attar, Farid ud-Din A slave's freedom
  Attar, Farid ud-Din A dervish in ecstasy
  Aurobindo The Word of The Silence
  Avaiyar Vinayagar Agaval
  Basava The waters of joy
  ben Kallir, Eleazar Epithalamium
  Bernart de Ventadorn When I see the lark beating
  Berry, Wendell Enriching the Earth
  Blake, William Auguries of Innocence
  Blake, William Eternity
  Blake, William The Divine Image
  Broughton, James Having Come This Far
  Broughton, James Lessen the doldrums
  Broughton, James The Bliss of With
  Broughton, James The Gardener of Eden
  Carpenter, Edward Freedom! the deep breath!
  Carpenter, Edward The sun shines, as of old
  Cavafy, Constantine P. Ithaca
  Chinmoy The Absolute
  Coleridge, Samuel Taylor Kubla Khan
  Coleridge, Samuel Taylor To Nature
  cummings, e. e. i am a little church(no great cathedral)
  cummings, e. e. now does our world descend
  Dadu Dayal As many as are the waves of the sea
  Daniel, Arnaut The firm desire that enters
  Dickinson, Emily 'Tis so much joy! 'Tis so much joy!
  Dickinson, Emily It is a lonesome Glee
  Dickinson, Emily Between the form of Life and Life
  Feuerstein, Georg The Original Oak
  Francis of Assisi Let us desire nothing else
  Ghalib, Mirza Let the ascetics sing of the garden of Paradise
  Ghalib, Mirza The drop dies in the river
  Gibran, Kahlil Prayer
  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Ha! A rush of bliss (from Faust)
  Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von Something Like the Sun
  Guilhem IX of Poitou Joyous in love, I make my aim
  Gyatso, Chone Lama Lodro A Dance of Unwavering Devotion
  ha Nagid, Samuel Answer Me
  Hadewijch Love Has Seven Names
  Hafiz The Pearl on the Ocean Floor
  Hanh, Thich Nhat Please Call Me by My True Names
  Hekhalot Hymns (Anonymous) Hymn for the Descent to the Merkava
  Hildegard von Bingen Ave generosa / Hymn to the Virgin
  Hildegard von Bingen O ignis Spiritus Paracliti / Sequence for the Holy Spirit
  Hirshfield, Jane A Hand
  Hsuan Chueh of Yung Chia / Yoka Genkaku [21] Since I abruptly realized the unborn (from The Shodoka)
  Hsuan Chueh of Yung Chia / Yoka Genkaku [23] When you truly awaken (from The Shodoka)
  ibn Gabirol, Solomon Ecstasy
  ibn Gabirol, Solomon Thou Livest
  ibn Gabirol, Solomon Who can do as Thy deeds
  ibn Gabirol, Solomon Who could accomplish what you've accomplished
  Iqbal, Allama Muhammad The secret divine my ecstasy has taught (from Baal-i-Jibreel)
  Iqbal, Allama Muhammad To the Saqi (from Baal-i-Jibreel)
  Iraqi, Fakhruddin Every word of every tongue is
  Jacopone da Todi (Benedetti, Jacopone) In losing all, the soul has risen (from Self-Annihilation and Charity Lead the Soul...)
  Jacopone da Todi (Benedetti, Jacopone) Love, where did You enter the heart unseen? (from In Praise of Divine Love)
  Jayadeva My heart values his vulgar ways (from The Gitagovinda)
  Jayadeva When he quickens all things (from The Gitagovinda)
  Jnanadev The Union of Shiva and Shakti (from Amritanubhav)
  John of the Cross I Came Into the Unknown
  John of the Cross Not for All the Beauty
  John of the Cross On the Communion of the Three Persons (from Romance on the Gospel)
  Kabir Hang up the swing of love today!
  Kabir The bhakti path winds in a delicate way
  Kabir The Guest is inside you, and also inside me
  Kabir The light of the sun, the moon, and the stars shines bright
  Kabir The Lord is in Me
  Kabir The Time Before Death
  Kalidas (Edwards, Lawrence) The Mind Like a Firefly
  Kalidas (Edwards, Lawrence) The mountain stands steady in its grandeur
  Kalidas (Edwards, Lawrence) What mind can possibly approach you
  Kalidasa Exhortation of the Dawn
  Kamalakanta O Kali, my Mother full of Bliss!
  Kamalakanta The black bee of my mind is drawn in sheer delight
  Kerouac, Jack The Scripture of the Golden Eternity
  Khayyam, Omar [74] Ah, Moon of my Delight who know'st no wane
  Khayyam, Omar [75] And when Thyself with shining Foot shall pass
  Krishnamurti, Jiddu I have been a wanderer long (from The Search)
  Lalla I traveled a long way seeking God
  Lalla To learn the scriptures is easy
  Lawrence, D. H. God is Born
  Lee, Li-Young From Blossoms
  Leon, Luis de Ode to Francisco Salinas
  Leon, Luis de The Life Removed
  Luria, Isaac A Poem for the Small Face
  Maharshi, Ramana The Marital Garland of Letters
  Maharshi, Ramana The Necklet of Nine Gems
  Maharshi, Ramana The Song of the Poppadum
  Mechthild of Magdeburg Of the voices of the Godhead
  Meher Baba How Wonderful is the murderous mercy of God!
  Merton, Thomas Night-Flowering Cactus
  Milarepa The Song of Food and Dwelling
  Milosz, Czeslaw This Only
  Mipham Rinpoche, Sakyong Snow Fell Twice, The Sun Always Shone
  Mirabai The Beloved Comes Home
  Mirabai Why Mira Can't Come Back to Her Old House
  Muktananda, Swami Mukteshwari
  Nirmala A lasting marriage
  Novalis Uplifted is the stone
  O'Donohue, John A Blessing for Equilibrium
  O'Donohue, John A Blessing for One Who is Exhausted
  O'Donohue, John For Presence
  O'Donohue, John I arise today
  O'Donohue, John On the death of the Beloved
  Osborne, Arthur Be Still
  Pampattic Cittar Dance o snake
  Pampattic Cittar One must delve deep
  Patrul Rinpoche Advice from Me to Myself
  Pattinattar The eightfold Yoga
  Pope, Alexander The Dying Christian to His Soul
  Rabia al-Basri (Adawiyya, Rabia al-) My joy
  Ramakrishna Is there anyone in the universe
  Ramprasad (Sen, Ramprasad) Its value beyond assessment by the mind
  Ramprasad (Sen, Ramprasad) Of what use is my going to Kasi any more?
  Ramprasad (Sen, Ramprasad) Who in this world
  Ramprasad (Sen, Ramprasad) Who is that Syama woman
  Ramprasad (Sen, Ramprasad) Why disappear into formless trance?
  Ravidas The Name alone is the Truth
  Reninger, Elizabeth Bird Bath
  Rilke, Rainer Maria As once the winged energy of delight
  Rosenstock, Gabriel (4) A daisy picked (from Year of the Goddess)
  Rumi, Mevlana Jelaluddin By the God who was in pre-eternity living and moving and omnipotent, everlasting
  Rumi, Mevlana Jelaluddin I smile like a flower not only with my lips
  Rumi, Mevlana Jelaluddin Keep on knocking
  Rumi, Mevlana Jelaluddin On the Night of Creation I was awake
  Rumi, Mevlana Jelaluddin A World with No Boundaries (Ghazal 363)
  Sanai, Hakim The Good Darkness
  Sanai, Hakim The Way of the Holy Ones
  Saraha The Royal Song of Saraha (Dohakosa)
  Sarmast, Sachal I search in the streets, I cast my sights
  Schuon, Frithjof Heart's Wisdom
  Shabistari, Mahmud Sun-Reflections (from The Secret Rose Garden)
  Shabistari, Mahmud The Tavern Haunters
  Shabkar (Rangdrol, Shabkar Tsogdruk) A Song by a Yogi in Solitude
  Shankara The Shattering of Illusion (Moha Mudgaram from The Crest Jewel of Discrimination)
  Silesius, Angelus God, whose love and joy are present everywhere
  Singh, Darshan Wonder of wonders!
  Solovyov, Vladimir And it was here -- it was autumn
  Solovyov, Vladimir Three Meetings
  Surdas Krishna Awakes
  Symeon the New Theologian As soon as your mind has experienced
  Symeon the New Theologian The Light of Your Way
  Symeon the New Theologian We awaken in Christ's body
  Symeon the New Theologian You, oh Christ, are the Kingdom of Heaven
  Szymborska, Wislawa A Few Words on the Soul
  Szymborska, Wislawa Nothing Twice
  Tagore, Rabindranath (1) Thou hast made me endless (from Gitanjali)
  Tagore, Rabindranath (63) Thou hast made me known to friends whom I knew not (from Gitanjali)
  Teasdale, Sara Joy
  Tennyson, Alfred And Galahad fled along them bridge by bridge (from The Holy Grail)
  Teresa of Avila In the Hands of God
  Thayumanavar All visible life that is clothed in body vesture (from Bliss that is Perfect Full)
  Thayumanavar Prayer to Being - Let Us Contemplate
  Thayumanavar To have reached the state of impassivity that holds (from Bliss that is Perfect Full)
  Thayumanavar What is it, which is
  Therese of Lisieux The Divine Dew
  Tilopa Song of the Mahamudra (Tilopa's Song to Naropa)
  Tiruvalluvar Love
  Traherne, Thomas My Spirit
  Traherne, Thomas The Bible
  Traherne, Thomas The Rapture
  Traherne, Thomas Wonder
  Trinley, Karma A Song on the View of Voidness
  Trungpa, Chogyam Expose
  Trungpa, Chogyam The Education of the Warrior
  Tukaram Can water drink itself?
  Tulsi Sahib Sound Celestial
  Tulsi Sahib The Rainy Season
  Underhill, Evelyn Dynamic Love
  Vidyapati As the mirror to my hand
  Vidyapati The moon has shone upon me
  Vivekananda Song of the Sanyasin
  Wei, Wang Drifting on the Lake
  Whitman, Walt [2] Houses and rooms are full of perfumes, the shelves are crowded with perfumes (from Song of Myself)
  Whitman, Walt [44] It is time to explain myself -- let us stand up (from Song of Myself)
  Wordsworth, William "And what are things eternal?--powers depart," (from The Excursion, Book 4)
  Wordsworth, William For I have learned (from Tintern Abbey)
  Wordsworth, William O joy! that in our embers (from Ode. Intimations of Immortality)
  Wordsworth, William The Daffodils
  Wordsworth, William Thus while the days flew by, and years passed on (from The Prelude, Book 2)
  Yogananda, Paramahansa God! God! God!
  Yogananda, Paramahansa Samadhi
  Yogananda, Paramahansa What bliss at the sight of Thy light!
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