Love says, “A single word is enough: shut and put away all other books!” . . .
Law says, “Have some shame and decency: put out this light!”
Love says, “What is this veil for? Let the visions be open!”
Law says, “Come into the mosque and perform the obligatory prayer!”
Love says, “Go to the wine-tavern, and having drunk, peform the superogatory prayer!” . . .
Law says, “O, Believer! go for Ḥajj—for you will have to cross the Ṣirāt Bridge!”
Love says, “ The door of the Beloved is the Kaʿbah, don’t move from there!”
Law says, “We strung Shāh Manṣūr up on the cross!”
Love says, “ Ten, you did well; for you sacrificed him at the Beloved’s door!”
— (probably not actually authored by) the most widely sung Su poet of the Panjāb, Bullhē Shāh of Ḳaṣūr (1680–1758). Quoted in Shahab Ahmed's What is Islam?