Ibnu’l-Fâriz, who lives in a period that includes the sects’ period and philosophical mysticism, was one of the outstanding persons in his time. He was from Damascus but he was born and grown in Egypt. After studying the Shari’a studies he turned to mysticism (tasavvuf). Besides mystic researchers, he was also given worth attention with his personality, his thoughts and his works by litterateur. His enthusiastic identity has appeared in his written and oral Qasida’s. Thus, he was called “Sultanu’l Asıkîn” (the king of lovers) in his time. Especially in his ‘divan’ which is a mirror of his mystical thought, his poets demonstrate the reality behind the metaphors, and the figures of speech. In his ‘Divan’, the topics; “the love of Allah, affection, oneness, the states of lovers” were significant. His poems are still being memorised by Sufi’s and some of them are composed as divine music. His fame and reputation were spread among the poets in his time. His ‘Divan’ were interpreted many times and also some of his qasida’s became a subject of these interpretations. Therefore, (bnü’l-Fariz took as a subject an important place in many studies in both literature and mysticism. He had a number of supporters and fans although there were some opponents. As a poet and Sufi, he and his works were the subject of many researches in Ottoman era too and today, they still continue to do research on him. In this paper, his life and some of his mystical thoughts generally, will be studied and presented to the reader with the consideration of his poets and his ‘divan’, in addition to other works on his views and poets.