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Khalil Gibran, Poet - Life and Works, A Biography

Khalil Gibran (1883-1931)




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His poetry is notable for its use of formal language, as well as insights on topics of life using spiritual terms. Gibran's best-known work is The Prophet, a book composed of twenty-six poetic essays. The book became especially popular during the 1960s with the American counterculture and New Age movements. Since it was first published in 1923, The Prophet has never been out of print. Having been translated into more than forty[22] languages, it was one of the bestselling books of the twentieth century in the United States.


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In Arabic:

                               Nubthah fi Fan Al-Musiqa (Music, 1905)

                               Ara'is al-Muruj (Nymphs of the Valley, also translated as Spirit Brides and Brides of the Prairie, 1906)

                               al-Arwah al-Mutamarrida (Spirits Rebellious, 1908)

                               al-Ajniha al-Mutakassira (Broken Wings, 1912)

                               Dam'a wa Ibtisama (A Tear and A Smile, 1914)

                               al-Mawakib (The Processions, 1919)

                               al-Awāsif (The Tempests, 1920)

                               al-Bada'i' waal-Tara'if (The New and the Marvellous, 1923)

In English, prior to his death:

                               The Madman (1918) (downloadable free version)

                               Twenty Drawings (1919)

                               The Forerunner (1920)

                               The Prophet, (1923)

                               Sand and Foam (1926)

                               Kingdom of the Imagination (1927)

                               Jesus, The Son of Man (1928)

                               The Earth Gods (1931)

Posthumous, in English:

                               The Wanderer (1932)

                               The Garden of the Prophet (1933, Completed by Barbara Young)

                               Lazarus and his Beloved (Play, 1933)


                               Prose Poems (1934)

                               Secrets of the Heart (1947)

                               A Treasury of Kahlil Gibran (1951)

                               A Self-Portrait (1959)

                               Thoughts and Meditations (1960)

                               A Second Treasury of Kahlil Gibran (1962)

                               Spiritual Sayings (1962)

                               Voice of the Master (1963)

                               Mirrors of the Soul (1965)

                               Between Night & Morn (1972)

                               A Third Treasury of Kahlil Gibran (1975)

                               The Storm (1994)

                               The Beloved (1994)

                               The Vision (1994)

                               Eye of the Prophet (1995)

                               The Treasured Writings of Kahlil Gibran (1995)


                               Beloved Prophet, The love letters of Khalil Gibran and Mary Haskell, and her private journal (1972, edited by Virginia Hilu)


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In a distant, timeless place, a mysterious prophet walks the sands. At the moment of his departure, he wishes to offer the people gifts but possesses nothing. The people gather round, each asks a question of the heart, and the man's wisdom is his gift. It is Gibran's gift to us, as well, for Gibran's prophet is rivaled in his wisdom only by the founders of the world's great religions. On the most basic topics--marriage, children, friendship, work, pleasure--his words have a power and lucidity that in another era would surely have provoked the description "divinely inspired." Free of dogma, free of power structures and metaphysics, consider these poetic, moving aphorisms a 20th-century supplement to all sacred traditions--as millions of other readers already have. --Brian Bruya(less)



The Prophet

by Kahlil Gibran

The Coming of the Ship

Almustafa, the chosen and the beloved, who was a dawn onto his own day, had waited twelve years in the city of Orphalese for his ship that was to return and bear him back to the isle of his birth.

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And in the twelfth year, on the seventh day of Ielool, the month of reaping, he climbed the hill without the city walls and looked seaward; and he beheld the ship coming with the mist.

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Then the gates of his heart were flung open, and his joy flew far over the sea. And he closed his eyes and prayed in the silences of his soul.

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But he descended the hill, a sadness came upon him, and he thought in his heart: How shall I go in peace and without sorrow? Nay, not without a wound in the spirit shall I leave this city.


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( to be continued)

12th October, 2011



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