Poetry
Issur 26 - Poetry

The Death Of My Tears

My emotions live only to be harmed I want none other but you and yet I want you not the same Silently confiding my sadness in you from a distance ...

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Poetry

Poetry from Bosnia

Inscription of a land Once upon a time a worthy caller asked: Who is that, what is that, forgive Where is that Whence is that Where to is That Bosnia ...

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Poverty

A world of peeling paint and mildew, Where things stop working like clapped out minds. Looking across desolate concrete, I wonder why hope is so hard to find, I wonder ...

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Issue 23 - Poetry 1

Velvet Cheeks

To my baby: My sweet babe; your heart beats and the resonance is innocence Nine months; your soul guarded from the resonance of ignorance Born to a world so divided ...

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Issue 22 - Poetry

We Are Disabled

We are all disabled, because we are less able, to do something in comparison to another, I hope this is affective, in changing your perspective, to make you stop mocking ...

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Issue 21 - Poetry 1

Bullying

  The thought of superiority is where it starts From good heartedness, you begin to depart Intimidating and manipulating, is your source of power Every minute of it you enjoy ...

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Issue 19 - Poetry

Complications

Complications Do you wanna know her? Do you wanna try? Her life’s a little complicated Let me tell you why, She feels unloved unwanted She cries 6 times a day ...

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Issue 18 - Poetry

All the Homeless Children

All the Homeless Children   I pray for all the homeless children May God keep them safe and secure. Provide love, shelter and food; May many miracles to procure. For ...

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Derwish

Poetry from Bosnia

Inscription of a land   Once upon a time a worthy caller asked: Who is that, what is that, forgive Where is that Whence is that Where to is That ...

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Issue 16 - Poem

Mosque of Cordoba

Mosque of Cordoba   The succession of day and night, is the architect of events. The succession of day and night,  is the fountain‐head of life and death. The succession ...

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Issue 13 - Poems

The Death of My Tears

My emotions live only to be harmed I want none other but you and yet I want you not the same Silently confiding my sadness in you from a distance ...

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Issue 12 - Rabia Basri 1

My God and My Lord

Eyes are at rest, the stars are setting. Hushed are the stirrings of birds in their nests, Of monsters in the ocean.   You are the Just who knows no ...

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Issue 12 - Rabia Basri

If I Adore You

If I adore You out of fear of Hell, burn me in Hell! If I adore you out of desire for Paradise, Lock me out of Paradise. But if I ...

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Issue 11 - Prophet Yusuf (AS) 2

Prophet Yusuf (PBUH)

This is a poem about the great man Yusuf His story provides us with lessons that are useful A man who was stunningly beautiful You would not find one who ...

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Gaza Poem

A Place, Four Letters, A Million Hearts Broken Situation As Soft As Body Lotion They Are Our Brothers, Yet No Emotion It Can’t Be Cured With A Potion Where Do ...

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Issue-4---Poems-1

Islam is my Deen

Islam is my Deen, Jannah is my dream Yet we all say this, But it’s not as easy it may seem Living in Britain, In the days of Fitnah It’s ...

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Pearls of Wisdom

Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars

Khalil Gibran

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