Do you have any good islamic poems?
this is my fav This life we are told is indeed a test so every nation with prophets was blessed 124 thousand we learn from Hadith prophets came with the message of peace They had the same message, Allah is one he has no partners and has no son Do good deeds and worship your Lord, help the needy with what you can afford David, Jesus, Abraham, Moses and more are some of the prophets that came before They were only men we mustn’t confuse selected by Allah to bring the good news After these Prophets had passed away people got mixed up and went astray They changed the message to suit their needs worshipped idols and start bad deeds Another Prophet Allah would send and their way of life he would amend This pattern repeated again and again until Muhammed the final messenger came A madman, a poet, a magician or what all of the above he was not His honesty and character they had all seen this pure noble soul they called Al-Amin Muhammed the truthful, was indeed sincere Allah’s final messenger to many it was clear He had been appointed to guide mankind to illuminate ignorant hearts so blind The message was beautiful and so pure to the hearts of mankind the wisdom did lure It filled their lives with love and compassion Muhammed words? No it can only be revelation The prophet himself could not read or write yet Allah gave him this illuminating light It entered their hearts purifying their souls and the faithful scribes wrote it on scrolls In Ramadan the whole Quran was recited and said even today by millions of Muslims it is read Every word was recorded like the prophet was told the exact same message fourteen hundred years old The Quran is now for all mankind a guide, it can never be changed and will forever abide, Its a promise of Allah – an undisputed fact the message sent to Muhammed will remain intact No more idols or lords we should erect the oneness of Allah we should respect Part of the first pillar known as Tawheed recited la-illah ha illallah the Muslim creed We should pray Salah like the prophet taught and ask for Allah’s help like the Prophet sought To taqwah and unity this will indeed give rise the second pillar of Islam, the spiritual exercise We must fast in the whole month of Ramadan and do good deeds as many as we can This gift of life we begin to appreciate by not drinking or eating not even a date Ramadan is a month Muslims eagerly await peace, unity and happiness it does create removing the blinkers a fresh outlook we see this wonderful month, pillar number three Some of our wealth we give to those in need the homeless and hungry we must try and feed The poor are helped much by this gift so small this is called Zakat the fourth pillar so tall To visit the Kabaah, the house of Allah every Muslim must travel from near and far Once in a lifetime this great journey we make the final pillar, a tough task we undertake The rich, the poor, the black and the white the male, the female equal in Allah’s sight From all walks of life to hajj they all came standing before Allah they are all the same To always be good and honest we must try we need to remember one day we will die Only a very small time we can spend here then we must leave this world so dear We will be asked about the life we spent if we did good to heaven we will be sent this will be decided on the Judgment day and in heaven or hell we will forever stay No more guides or prophets will be sent again instead we have the Quran so deep yet plain If we get confused to the Quran we turn a message from the most high from which to learn For all mankind and forever more wisdom and teachings it does store To eternal life it opens the door the words of our creator that we cant ignore There are millions of Muslims in the world today the fastest growing religion experts say Together to the one true God Muslims Pray by following the Quran, its only Allah we Obey
Have you heard about Qaseeda Burdah. It is one of the most famous literary pieces ever… Literally it translates “Ode To The Cloak.” It was written by Imam Busairi Its a very long poem in Arabic originally, but has been translated to all languages. This is a good resourcehttp://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=… TW K
Google “A is for Allah” And watch the first video I <3 it
did u write that? very nice and very long brother mashallah i have some nice passage but theyre not poems. Manners A person of wisdom and spirituality has very beautiful manners that have grown from genuine respect and love for the whole of humanity. Manners in this sense have nothing to do with culture or education: it is simply a question of humility. When we are at the receiving end of such manners, we feel that some deeper part of us has been honoured. In fact, none of us deserves anything less.
this is my fav, i heard it a while back, found it n kept a copy Islam is a way of life, try it. Islam is a gift, accept it. Islam is a journey, complete it. Islam is a struggle, fight for it. Islam is a goal, achieve it. Islam is an opportunity, take it. Islam is not for sinners, overcome it. Islam is not a game, don’t play with it. Islam is not a mystery, behold it. Islam is not for cowards, face it. Islam is not for the dead, live it. Islam is a promise, fulfill it. Islam is a duty, perform it. Islam is a treasure (the Prayer), pray it. Islam is a beautiful way of life, see it. Islam has a message for you, hear it. Islam is love , love it. =)=)=)=)=)
2 of my favorites They lie on the table side by side – The Holy Quran and the TV Guide. One is well worn and cherished with pride. Not the Quran, but the TV Guide. One is used daily to help folks decide. Not the Quran, but the TV Guide. As the pages are turned, what shall they see? Oh, what does it matter, turn on the TV So they open the book in which they confide. No, not the Quran, but the TV Guide. The Word of Allah is seldom read. Maybe a verse before they fall into bed. Exhausted and sleepy and tired as can be. Not from reading the Quran, from watching TV So then back to the table side by side, Lie the Holy Quran and the TV Guide. No time for prayer, no time for the Word, The plan of Istiqama is seldom heard. But forgiveness of sin, so full and free, Is found in the Quran, not on TV great, i can’t find the other one… ooh found it!! The purpose of this life… What is the purpose of this life? Money, holidays, a beautiful wife? There is no point in us denying Each heart beat brings us closer to dying You’ll breathe your last Your life will have past Don’t pretend Death’s not the end You will taste death, death never waited Look around you, everything’s created It has a creator, it has a meaning A mother gives birth and then comes it’s weaning The sun rises and gives us light It sets, then falls, the blanket of night The plants all grow, when falls the rain They give fruits to man, and they too will wane Why does man think that he will get away? Spending life aimlessly, as if he’s here to stay A fixed time is appointed, everything will perish Everything you hate, everything you relish Except the Almighty Allah, He will remain And then will come judgement, all on one plain Allah will say, I gave you life I gave you health, wealth and a wife What did you do with your time? What did you do in your prime? Did you spread my message, did you spread islam? Why not? Did you not read the Quran? My friends, we muslims, we are so blessed Allah gave us islam to supercede all the rest My non-muslim friends, the Quran must be read Read before it’s too late and you’re dead You owe it to yourselves, it will make you cry You’ll know these words are from the Lord most High Instructing mankind to the purpose of life And the reward my friends is everlasting life Our purpose is to worship our Lord most High The reward is heaven where no one will die You’ll have anything you want, all the best dishes And Almighty Allah will grant all of your wishes This life my friends is just a cage We should live by His orders, to be safe from his rage You will understand when you read the holy Quran You’ll know the religion of truth is islam Protect yourself and your families from hell Embrace islam and all will be well For the deeds of this life, you’ll pay the price In the depths of hell or in paradise
i like that poem!! this one is nice too:http://www.islamicpoem.com/?q=node/49 this one is cool too:http://hamiltonmuslims.wordpress.com/200… salaam take care peace
Welcome back brother and thanks for sharing the poem.
Islam is the religion of peace and love. Our power comes from high above. If with our faith you do not agree, the power of Islam you will surely see. The wrath of Allah has served us well, in striking down the infidel. And afterward we kneel and pray, that it will be Israel’s final day. For Islam is for tolerance with might. Death to all and to all a bad night. Pretty well sums up that “religion of peace and love”. Doesn’t it?
A really good poem, yet only if you understand Arabic, is the Qasida Brudah. Not the songs people sing of it–the actual poetry. The link below has the English along with the Arabic…truly beautiful. Beauty aside, its linguistic mastery is shocking. No poem reaches its lingustic capabilites.
Here is a short, but sweet and easily memorised poem: MOMENTS. HAPPY MOMENTS Praise Allah, DIFFICULT MOMENTS Trust Allah, QUIET MOMENTS Thank Allah, PAINFUL MOMENTS Turn to Allah, MOMENT BY MOMENT Worship Allah.