Rumi's famous couplet that appears in the beginning of Iqbal's اسرار خودی
دی شیخ با چراغ ہمی گشت گرد شہر
کز دام و دد ملولم و انسانم آرزوست
- Why is there a م after انسان. Is this decorative? Poetic license? Or is it like the م after ملول i.e. the suffixed form of بودن? Because in that case the line doesn't make sense: "I am unhappy and I am human...". Doesn't read better if it's possessive either.
- Why isn't it آرزوام?