Lateef Jan Afridi Ab.latif jan

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A Longing Person


A longing person remains in alienation
He has no friends in life
Who trust the world of misfortunes
You trample on fellows in the dust
I wonder at the one who wants you while he knows
That you are the strangest of creation
Except for the beautiful meaning that i have
I would not have stayed in it
I found Allah, God of the universe
All the creatures loves him
There are many evidences that He is the one
Despite the false arguments
Contemplate on the most merciful abilities
You will be guided to the truth
Look everywhere
Your questions with be answered
Shift from earth shades
Do not ever be deceived by mirage
Stand on the graves, its a memory
That you will thank and then you will forget
Recite the tones of Quraan
Reward will keep you away from punishment
Follow a quide wise prophet (saw)
Rays of wisdom from everywhere

Peace for All the humanity
Wed,12th May 2010

Submitted: Wednesday, May 12, 2010

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