Sohinee Dey is an independent publishing professional and critic for Publishers Weekly and others, and one of the top literary critics in India. She's written a very thorough and spot-on review of "Of Noble Blood"....swing over here and see if you agree. Don't forget to leave your mark :D
800 years after his death, Rumi is world famous, his words bouncing from site to email to blog across the globe, his poetry touching hearts daily…
Rumi’s theme was timeless: he was driven by and wrote endlessly of love in separation, of union with his beloved, of his longing and desire to restore that union, the root of our souls, which he wrote had been cut and was the cause of all our suffering.
I want a heart which is split, part by part,