Kahlil Gibran Quote

"And now let us play our reeds together."
And they played together.
And their music smote heaven and earth, and a terror struck all living things.
I heard the bellow of beasts and the hunger of the forest. And I heard the cry of lonely men, and the plaint of those who long for what they know not.
I heard the sighing of the maiden for her lover, and the panting of the luckless hunter for his prey.
And then there came peace into their music, and the heavens and the earth sang together.
All this I saw in my dream, and all this I heard.


Sarkis an old Greek Shepherd, called the madman: Jesus and Pan - Jesus, The Son of Man (1928)

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And now let us play our reeds together. And they played together. And their music smote heaven and earth, and a terror struck all living things. I...

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And now let us play our reeds together. And they played together. And their music smote heaven and earth, and a terror struck all living things. I...

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And now let us play our reeds together. And they played together. And their music smote heaven and earth, and a terror struck all living things. I...