Zaibar Zee


Submission Poems - O Allah You Enough For Me


O Allah you ever hear
Your grace is everywhere
You are the one I call for favor

O Allah you are always there
Your judgment is just & fair
For you only I say my prayer

O Allah mischief is all where
So many freaky & cruel there
People deny mercy never fear

O Allah few keep you dearer
Most of them gone astray unaware
A few know the Hour is drown near

O Allah you see all you are everywhere
At your name I only swear
I will ask only you for ever

O Allah people blame believers don’t care
They do blasphemy at you don’t fear
To make you please all that I bear

O Allah what we do you fully aware
The one who invokes you with tears
Whoever put trust in you is your dear

Submitted: Thursday, June 21, 2007
Edited: Monday, March 14, 2011

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  • Muhammad Ali (8/5/2011 12:41:00 PM)

    Splendid! ! ! the whole poem is perfectly fitted with the context,

    'O Allah you ever hear
    Your grace is everywhere
    You are the one I call for favor

    O Allah you are always there
    Your judgment is just & fair
    For you only I say my prayer'

    this is very talented work and I can tell you put your heart in it.
    Every para is elegant, every para has a different meaning and a different story to tell connected with the previous stanza, like a continuation...This is one of the best submission poems i have read. Subhanallah! ! This is absolutely beautiful, May Allah shower His blessings upon you and forgive your sins in this beautiful month of peace, Ramadan is the key to repent and recover from past wounds and to refrain from future trouble.

    I pray for you to pray and ask forgiveness to Allah and beg for his mercy, for his forgiveness and for granting you happiness for lifelong in this realm and in the life after this with your loved ones. prayer and a closer relationship will only get you close to Him...May Allah guide all Muslims to the right path and in light...Ameen. (Report) Reply

  • rajagopal haran (12/7/2007 7:42:00 AM)

    “Say: We believe In God, and in what Has been revealed to us And what was revealed To Abraham, Ishmael; Isaac, Jacob, and the tribes, And in the Books Given to Moses, Jesus, And the Prophets, From their Lord: We make no distinction Between one and another among them, and to God de we submit...great poem Zaibar (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 15 Points Soul Writer (6/21/2007 3:40:00 AM)

    Another great piece Zaibar, your doing your clulture prowd, Well structured and spoken. keep it up (Report) Reply

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