Ali Sabry

Rookie - 77 Points (11/8/1988 / Iraq - Baghdad)

(((THE HOLLY QURAN)))


- - THE HOLLY QURAN- -
It's just a book;
Mind you taking a look;
It will prevent you from Nar's hook;
Even if you are just a mere cook.

It's words are inspirational;
To success it does call;
Read it instead of going to malls;
Preventing you from Jahanam's walls.

The book is greater: Due to the words it contains;
The reward later: Too much you gain;
A dwelling better: Next to a beautiful garden.

When you read: This book of Allah;
A letter ten good deeds: By the will of Allah;
You will have achieved: Say Alhamdulillah.

If to read: Your state should be clean;
If to follow; Your actions shouldn't be mean;
If to teach: You should be very keen.

The Final book sent to the last messenger;
Muhammad SAW not Arsen Wenger;
Read it especially when in anger.

A book so Holy: Revealed to our Rasul;
Put in a trolley: Are you a fool?
Use it as your ally: You will be cool.

Submitted: Sunday, September 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 23, 2013

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