Poetry / Ramadan / Eid
Confessions of a practicing Muslim who suffers through the weakness of imaan and now awaits Ramadan anxiously to bring back that strength - this poem is a simple way to address the issue of expecting perfection from someone who can easily be identified as a Muslim - who LOOKS so Muslim.
Importance of SHE - roles of a woman rolled in different shapes and forms, ages and norms, within calm and the storms - a poem for HER.
what world tells us about manliness vs what real manliness is - lived by a real man.
A list of all the Quranic duas summarised. A list of masnoon duas coming soon...
A single life seed you sowed
Reaped into forever more
Each and every wish granted
In fulfillment, you run out of more
Maybe you had daughters that you treated so well
Maybe your children died and your sabr pulled you up
Maybe you died with them, never bidding Islam farewell
Sticking to Laa ilaaha as last words for a ticket above
A journey from this temporary world to a forever land of fantasies.
How society teaches us to be ourself yet force down our throats, the photoshopped images and unrealistic standards. So instead of trying to be everyone else, a realistic ideal is presented. So I'm happy to not be me !
Self-healing through repentance.