Treasure Island

Abdul Hakeem Parannur

(04/03/1978 / Parannur)

Lailathul Qadr


Lailathul Qadr
The undisclosed holy night
In ramzan, Muslim’s holy month
Better than a thousand nights
A night of peace and piety
Of Quran revealed to Prophet
Dispelling darkness of ignorance
The night of supreme peace
The Night of Power
Converts the night of darkness
Into a night of spiritual glory
Dissipates the spiritual darkness
By the glory of God
A new spiritual world dawns
Bless the nook and corner of human heart
Blessed are those who toiled for god
In god’s ways, not their own
The mortal night opens a door
To immortal glory of men!

Submitted: Sunday, August 29, 2010
Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011
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  • Nooruddeen Mm (2/15/2011 8:45:00 AM)

    Hakeem
    You might be the first poet who put the subject Lailathul Qadr in to a poem.
    May be more, but not in my notice.
    Congratulations

    Rgds
    Nooruddeen (Report) Reply

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