Yunus Emre

(1238-1320 / Turkey)

Çağırayım Mevlam Seni


Dağlar ile taşlar ile
Çağırayım Mevlâm seni
Seherlerde kuşlar ile
Çağırayım Mevlâm seni

Sular dibinde mâhiyle
Sahralarda âhû ile
Abdal olup yâhû ile
Çağırayım Mevlâm seni

Gök yüzünde İsâ ile
Tûr dağında Mûsâ ile
Elimdeki asâ ile
Çağırayım Mevlâm seni

Derdi öküş Eyyûb ile
Gözü yaşlı Ya’kûb ile
Ol Muhammed mahbûb ile
Çağırayım Mevlâm seni

Bilmişim dünya halini
Terk ettim kıyl ü kâlini
Baş açık ayak yalını
Çağırayım Mevlâm seni

Yûnus okur diller ile
Ol kumru bülbüller ile
Hakkı seven kullar ile
Çağırayım Mevlâm seni

Submitted: Monday, October 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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