Omar Osman Jabak
Omar Osman Jabak Poems
|41.||Raise Cain, Get The Cane!||7/30/2012|
|42.||To All Mothers||5/6/2011|
|46.||My Three Pet Peeves||4/19/2009|
|48.||A Blessing In Disguise!||5/28/2013|
|50.||Apology To Black Cats||11/22/2018|
|52.||Found In Translation||9/4/2016|
|54.||Islam Is Peace||12/14/2015|
|55.||Lost In Paradox||4/5/2015|
|56.||Satisfied With Her Love||9/22/2006|
|58.||What Would Shakespeare's Beloved Say?||4/27/2009|
|60.||Farewell Beloved Madinah||4/25/2008|
|61.||Torture Me No More||6/8/2006|
|62.||To Lie Or Not To Lie||10/12/2017|
|63.||Advice To Students: Don'T You Quit!||5/25/2006|
|64.||Tokens Of Love||10/18/2014|
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Tokens Of Love
What gift can I give her in token of my love?
It should be something most women think of!
Something like a book, a perfume, or a rose.
She can read the book wherever she goes.
When she reads the book, my love grows
My name shall be on every page she reads.
It's not the book; it's my love she heeds.
I know women like perfumes so much.
I think a small bottle will be a nice touch.
Every time she wears some, I'll be around.
The scent she smells will keep her bound.
I think a rose or two will be a great gift!
As women, we know, identify with it.
It could be...
Farewell Beloved Madinah
My life in Madinah has been a great blessing,
It is the very place I will be greatly missing.
I've known some good fellows,
Who helped me with my sorrows.
To be a good teacher, or not to be so,
Has always rendered me a friend or a foe.