Every day during the month of Ramadan, and for ten days thereafter, British-Canadian poet Paul Abdul Wadud Sutherland composed a poem reflecting on some aspect of the greatness of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
This collection represents the distillation of his meditations during that intense and luminous period.
About The Author
Paul Abdul Wadud Sutherland, Canadian-British poet/writer, based in the UK since 1973. He’s founding editor of Dream Catcher, a national-international journal.
In 2004 he reverted to a Sufi Muslim and he lectures on Sufi poets as well as English Literature. His book A Sufi Novice in Shaykh Efendi’s Realm, describes his adventures in North Cyprus.