Saturday, January 31, 2015

Poem by Habeebathee Anila Khadija Aboo

At your doorstep,with your mercy,
tears wetting my cheeks,silently,
i cry out this pain,this agony,
"Ya RASOOLALLAH!"please forgive me!!
For a heart hardened with sins,
like the flames that melt the wax,
i wish to remember those moments,
everyone felt special,everyone was!!!
The time,
when you held dear bilal's hand
eyes of delusion,turned all blind,
in your love,dear bilal's heart
burst in flames"O,light upon light"!!
when dear zayd was called back home,                                              
reluctant he was to leave your side,
for the dear child,you were
"O beloved of Allah, creation's pride"!!
when you closed eyes,silently from behind,
the man in ragged cloths felt heavens in hands,
"who want this wonderful slave?"you declared,
to find those blessed eyes looking down,
out of your mercy,those ears were   blessed,
perpetrating the soul,whispering said,
"Allah wants you,forget the rest"
in your love,dear man                        drowned,instead!!
"ya HABEEBALLAH"miserable i am,
when i spell bits from best of time,
with every move,every alphabets
my sins weigh more each seconds!!
with this burden of sins,i crawl,
to the only door of acceptance,
a door forever open to all,
irrespective of ones ignorance!!
when millions sing praise for you,
the greatest of all from Almighty Lord,
this sinner only wishes to merge,
like a dust in your light,lost,never to be found!!!
Poem by Sayyidathee Anila Khadija Aboo

اَللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ عَلٰى سَيِّدِنَا مُحَمَّدٍ صَلَاةً تُطَهِّرُ بِـهَا
اَللَّهُمَّ صَلِّ عَلٰى سَيِّدِنَا مُحَمَّدٍ صَلَاةً تُزَكِّيْ بِـهَا
Allaahuve muth nabiye mun nirthi dua cheyyukayaanu..ennem muthuvinem ennum opparaakkane..njangale piroyippikkalle..avan nte maathram aakane..jeevithatthilum maranatthilum maranathin sheshom njangal opparaavane..avane xamil first rankode vijayippikkane..muzhuvan mu'mineengaluteyum paapangal ennil ketti vech avare veruthe vitane..ellaarkkum porth kodukkane..aameen bi hurmathi nabiyyil ameen sallallahu alaihi wasallam

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