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Poetry Friday: Rumi on Welcoming Spring

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
What does a 13th Century Persian/Afghanistani poet/philosopher mystic have to say to women who weren’t born yesterday?  One has only to come to the end of a mid-March week after the clocks were sprung an hour ahead and the light was struggling to imitate spring to understand. We all get stagnant at times.  We are all in danger of believing…
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