On Sharing Rumi

“Poems are rough notations for the music we are.”

writes the guy who, arguably, wrote more poetry than almost anyone in the history of the world, tens of thousands of lines. Why listen to him? Why have I spent months & hours preparing for tomorrow’s event, where we’ll sit together and join our imaginations with this odd duck from 900 years ago?

After searching for my deepest truth, reviewing my intentions from the launch of the project, the answer is strangely simple: I like him. And I think you would too.  Everything else is icing.

OK. I gotta catch a train to see a guy about a camel.

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