Treasure Island

Kiyaga Lyttle Cephas

(22/10/1991 / Kampala, Uganda)

Laylat Al Qadr.


'O Allah Akbar,
Of all the nights,
The night of the nights,
The night of destiny,
The night of power.
Blessings be upon prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) ,
And to us your humble servants,
And the archangel Jibril,
From the lowest heaven
Come into my night, a night
Of a thousand months,
Let all my past sins be forgive,
Astaghfirullah (استغفر الله) ,
Subhanallahu wa ta'ala be pleased with
Me, watching for a treasure
Trying to arrive.
Feeling the warmth of the
Secret sun of all the nights,
Welcoming for the heavenly alms.
Laylat Al Qadr
(The Night of Destiny) ,
Might of a thousand months,
Fall onto of tonight.
السلام عليكم وبركاته

Submitted: Thursday, August 16, 2012
Edited: Thursday, August 16, 2012

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Asalam alaykum to all muslim family and friends,
Ramandhan kareem.

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