mariam khan Farah Abdulahi
Biography of mariam khan Farah Abdulahi
I am Mariam from London my moms family are from there my father came from Malta and his family came from Turkey.
mariam khan Farah Abdulahi Poems
As you see the pain in my eyes. You feel the joy in my heart. As the tears flow from inside. You see me smile.
I’m Sorry My Child May Allah Forgive Me.
Today I come to you I run to you My arms open wide As my heart is breaking
We have Eid al-fitr Eid Ul-adha Eid Jumah every Friday Within my heart I have Eid muslimah every Saturday
Every step I take. Every breath I breathe. You are my destiny. The light at the end of a very long path.
Today is the day a brand new day A day for sharing, caring and reading qura'an As we fast all day We thank Allah
Oh Mom What Are You Doing To Me?
You bring me to this country A better life you tell me As you teach me to pray and read Qur’an YOU WAIST YOUR MONEY ON ME
Life Begins At 40
People often say that life begins at 40 When I became 40 I could not believe People started to say my writing, spelling & maths had improved
Oh how I miss you An empty space in my heart As I remember how you keeped me strong Your kind words
My Winning Hugs.
Oh how you have grown So tall and beautiful Marsha-Allah I hug you
The Beutiful Sound Of The Mosque Today.
I went to the Mosque today Singing Nasheeds in the rain Bismilah with every step I take As I feel the warmth within my heart.
In This Land Of The Free.
Slavery has stoped You say there is no isms The black man is now free Are you sure you did not just replace me!
Oh what’s a girl supposed to do? Off to the market I go. Looking for the wheat free food. Looking for no alcohol in the food.
Food And Stuff
Have you heard? It’s hallal to use! Haram to buy! As you buy fruit and veg. today.
This Crazy World.
People think that coz we are hear the goverment tolerate us Yet on the news you see what they want you to see The truth be known We tolorate the goverment
Oh Can'T You See.
Oh can’t you see
You came to my country
You said you was from the land of the free
You took one look at me in my hijab
You asked why I let my religion oppress me
I said oh brother go home
Read your bible or torah
You will see
I only do as god has asked of me