Johann Wolfgang von GoetheWolfgang Goethe; a poet, philosopher, writer, politician and great scientist among his works, has an important work called the Eastern Tribunal. This work is not only one of the finest works of Goethe’s poetry and wisdom, but also one of the greatest literary works of Germany and Europe. Goethe created this outstanding work by reading the poem of Hafez.
The critics of the world literature have named Goethe as one of the four pillars of world literature, and said such a person with fascination and attachment to Hafez abundantly: “O Hafiz, my wish is to be merciful of your disciples.”
Goethe, writing to the protector of literary texts, was deep, profound, full of spirit and emotion, which is considered a great masterpiece of their kind.
In his writings he is named Hafez. He speaks with Hafez, analyzes his poems, expresses his heartfelt feelings and his receptions to the thoughts of Hafez. Hafiz praises his songs forever immortal and heavenly, but sometimes he is weakened by expressing a deep understanding of the truth contained in his poems.
The text you read is Goethe’s commentary on Hafez’s personality, thought, and literature that appears in his ghostly court:
O Hafiz! Your speech is like great eternity because it does not begin and does not. Your word, like the dome of the sky, depends solely on itself, and it is not possible to differentiate between the half of your ghosle with the knowledge and the section, because all of it is as beautiful as perfection.
If there is a day of the world, oh heavenly heaven, I wish to be alone with you and with you. Because this is the pride of my life and my life