Here you will find the Poem The ravings which my enemy uttered I heard within my heart of poet Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi
The ravings which my enemy uttered I heard within my heart; the secret thoughts he harbored against me I also perceived. His dog bit my foot, he showed me much injustice; I do not bite him like a dog, I have bitten my own lip. Since I have penetrated into the secrets of individuals like men of God, why should I take glory in having penetrated his secret? I reproach myself that through my doubtings it so happened that purposely I drew a scorpion towards my own foot. Like Eblis who saw nothing of Adam except his fire, by God I was invisible to his insignificant Eblis. Convey to my friends why I am afflicted in mind; when the snake bit my thigh I started away from the black rope. The blessed silent ones, their lips and eyes closed -by a way unknown to any man, I ran into their thoughts; Since there is a secret and perfect way from heart to heart, I gathered gold and silver from the treasuries of hearts. Into the thought that was like a brazen stove I flung the dead dog; out of the thought that was like a rose bower I plucked roses and jasmine. If I have hinted at the evil and good ofm y friends, I have spun flax like a weaver as the choicest veil. When my heart rushed suddenly to a heart mighty and aware, out of awe for his heart I fluttered like the heart. As you are happy with your own state, how did you fall in with me? Attend to your own business, for I am neither shaikh nor disciple. As far as you are concerned, brother, I am neither copper nor red gold; drive me from your door, for I am neither lock nor key. Take it as if I had not ever spoken these words; if you had been in my mind, by God I would not have quarreled.