Rubaiyat #5

Iram indeed is gone with all its Rose
And Jamshyd's Sev'n-ring'd Cup where
no one knows;
But still the Vine her ancient Ruby
yields,
And still a Garden by the Water blows.

3 comments

    1. That is a very difficult question, asking the meaning of poetry, whose nature is interpretation, I could ask you to describe a roller coaster ride, both questions are equally ineffective at achieving anything.

      If you are asking the meaning of the word “Rubaiyat” – I think it means “Poem” in Persian, though that too is debated.

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  1. Ohh! Now I get it. Sorry to bother with my bad habit of asking questions. 😅 thank you so much for answering. My question was wrong. I should’ve asked the meaning of word. 😂 sorry my mistake

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