Two couplets are especially interesting. One raises interesting theological and philosophical questions about the nature of union, which is generally understood as being between the soul of the individual believer and the One (God). Schuon writes:
My soul came alive from thy soul; my heart became filled with lightThe other interesting couplet neatly encompasses the Maryami view of Schuon's position and blessings:
The longing for union with thee is my suffering, O my Shaykh, my ‘Isa
As Ahmad chose thee, Jesus breathed in thee with his breathMy thanks to Neon Knight for bringing the poem and website to my attention.
Mary took thee in her embrace, O my Shaykh, my ‘Isa