A Cup with Rumi: Poetry

A Cup with Rumi: Poetry

by Flamur Vehapi


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A Cup with Rumi: Poetry by Flamur Vehapi

Collection of spiritual poems combined with inspirational Rumi verses. Includes introductory essays and appendices.

"Once again, Flamur's new book of poems is an inspiration for people of all backgrounds. These beautiful poems are full of life lessons and reminders about the past and the future ahead of us." -Naser Bresa, author of Retrospektiva

"Vehapi's collection of poetry is fascinating and keeps the reader engaged throughout.... A great book to share with friends and family." -Robert Harrison, author of Britain in the Middle East: 1619-1971 and professor at Southern Oregon University

"These are poems of deep thought and reflection, intertwined with motivational wisdom from the spiritual realm." -Burhan Aldin Fili, author of You Were Created to Be a Star, Not a Burning Meteor

"This precious collection of poetry will soothe the hearts of poetry lovers no matter who or where they might be." -Didmar Faja, author of Shprehi Dhuntitë E Zotit Tënd

"I found myself compelled, humbled, and charmed by this amazing set of poems. Flamur navigates universal themes with joy, reverence, and humor. It reminded me to go out and do something meaningful with this precious time called life."
-Dana Lundell, director of Mentor Programs, University Studies, Portland State University

"Beautiful poems containing a message of love, understanding, and peace, and many other much-needed reminders in a world full of distractions." -Salma Ahmad, president of Islamic Society of Greater Portland

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692521434
Publisher: Al-Albani Publishers LTD
Publication date: 09/01/2015
Pages: 136
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.32(d)

About the Author

Flamur Vehapi is a writer, researcher, and poet from Kosova, where he was born and later exiled by the brutal Serbian regime in the late 1990s. After moving to the United States, he received his associate's degree from Rogue Community
College in Medford, Oregon, and his bachelor's in psychology from Southern Oregon University with a minor in history. In 2013, he received his master's in conflict resolution from Portland State University. Later, he taught both at Rogue Community College and Southern Oregon University, and recently, he has been teaching in the Middle East. Vehapi was a regular contributor to the PSU Chronicles in Portland, Oregon. His books thus far include Sfidat Jetike (The Challenges of Life) published in 2002 in Albanian, and The Alchemy of Mind, published in 2008 in English, both of which are poetry volumes.
His most recent work is Conflict Resolution in Islam.

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