Hafez (M)

Surname: Hafez
Forename(s): Khwaja Shams-ad-din Muhammed
b. 1320. d. 1389. Nationality: Persian. VIAF.
Poet. Given patronage by local rulers. Pen-name (Hafez or Hafiz) means “the memorizer,” which refers to his having memorized the Qur’an. Biographical information: Columbia Granger’s (DD).

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 12
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
VII. (“I have the edict of the old man of the tavern, and ‘tis an ancient saying”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16070
V. (“Oh friends of my bosom, remember last night’s wine”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16068
IX. (“Oh remember that my home was once the top of thy street”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16072
VIII. (“We have tried our lot in this city of our fortune”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16071
I. (“If thou drinkest wine, pour a draught on the ground”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 14814
III. (“Oh may none like me the wounded be distracted by Absence”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16066
X. (“In the morning, when heavy with last night’s revel”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16073
XII. (“The dust of this body of mine is the veil of the face of the soul”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16075
IV. (“Lured by the rose’s scent at dawn I walked for a whole in the garden”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16067
II. (“Oh come, that to the wounded heart strength may return”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16065
VI. (“I long for the strong wine and its man-o’ermastering strength”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16069
XI. (“Offtimes have I said it, and again I say it”) 1874-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 16074