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Asalamualikum and welcome to you all, Brothers and Sisters what we have here is a home for Muslim poets to present their poems and have them heard or share poems of other poets they would like us to hear. All styles are welcome and Inshallah, Allah will bring from this much goodness and may we be of the righteous kalaf to the likes of Hassan ibn Thabit may Allah be pleased with him (The poet of Allah's messenger, peace be upon him). Please feel free to send in your poems written or spoken so we may post them. Become an author here and you can post them your self. We hope through these efforts to propagate Islam so that it reaches the masses, defend Islam and its people from the onslaught of those who despise it, and tread the path of those who preceded us in guidance. Please keep in mind to keep the poems in accordance to the Quraan and Sunnah upon the understanding of the Salaf of the Ummah.

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"not poetry or magic but greater - moving grown men to tears"

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

"A Summers Leaf"

Majestically the suns ray becomes the theme,
A warmth coating all that lives... it is easy...
Dangling in dismay, a leaf unnoticed shades from sight.
Plucked... falls the leaf by the wind... still content.
Drifting from the abuse of the wind... its so colorful.
Tumbling gracefully with pains out of alienation...
Stillness... it is cold... this ground... and no wind.
Slowly the process begins to rot its inside...
Destruction... decay of its existence... a self implosion.
Drops of honeydew appear... dissipating 'the self'...
Struggling no more... death...

"Mommy, mommy...! Look...! It's so pretty. Can I keep it, mommy?"


Yusef Abu Nasir Al Cambodee

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