Prof Niamat Ali Murtazai

I Thank God

A patient crying with pain
All efforts end in vain
So stern is fate's decree,
I thank God when I see.

A blind man devoid of eyes
For him the uviverse dies
Sympathy deserves he,
I thank God when I see.

A youngman who is dumb
Without words ideas come
What a sorrowful tragedy,
I thank God when I see.

An old man with white hair
Full of worries and care
From which who can be free,
I thank God when I see.

A helpless woman torn
Clothes and shoes by her worn
What her future can be,
I thank God when I see.

A child working in sun
On burning earth does run
Tender feet bare may be,
I thank God when I see.

A prisoner with fetters
Repenting past matters
Years ago he was happy,
I thank God when I see.

Persons killed in mishap
From whom is sucked life's sap
Death's plan is so ready
I thank God when I see.

Submitted: Sunday, August 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 27, 2013

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Man should be thankful to God.

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