djabir yaya

un poeme qui parle de notre prophet mohammad(SAW)

Le prophete de dieux
dans sa vie, Il n'a jamais mentis.

Il n'a jamais perdu.

Il ne connait rien,

que la vérité qu'il dit.

Il a compris sa vie.

Il nous dit ce que

dieux lui a dit.

Mais Il n'a jamais mentis.

Il fait tous ce que dieux lui a

dit, parce qu'il a memoriser sa vie.

Il lui reste rien que le paradit.

C'est de jaloux qui vont dire

qu'il a mentis. Mais Il n'a jamais

mentis. Il faut faire ce que le prophet

Mohammad nous a dit,

pour partir Au paradit.

Pour nous guider.

c'est ne rien que de

bien qu'il fait. Il demandait

a dieux pour nous guider.

pour nous qui nous a guider, ont

doit faire du bon et lui remercier.

Mon email c'est

Submitted: Wednesday, June 02, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, June 22, 2010

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