Anisa awake


Advice - Poem by Anisa awake

I hear fear in my ear
It's not crystal clear,
But i feel that Time is ending my dear
I just want to share my feelings and emotions before i disappear.
You see, you have to understand that I am not always going to be here
I am not trying to interfere with with your life, No you got it all wrong, i just want to be sincere.
Life is short and we all make mistakes,
But the best amongst us are those who repent for God's sake
I just want you to know that It's never too late to change your fate
You can always circumnavigate
and bring your life back to a solid state.
Trust me it's not hard
Because you have Allah(subhanahu watacala) as your Guard!
And the best part of it is you tend to feel at ease
Believe me that will be a guarantee
Because ALLah cures all types of heart disease
What more can i possibly say?
What do you think will keep us away from Hell- fire
On the Judgment day?
How can we wash away
the Sins we fall into everyday?
The answer is my dear, we should stay away from shaytan's path.
What is it you ask?
I mean No music, no Movies, No Lies, No cheats, No gossip, No hate, No disobeying parents, No skipping Salah and finally staying away from temptations and fulfilling one's desire.
Hopefully applying these concepts in our lives will protect us from hell fire
Inshallah we will be able to increase our iman's higher and higher.
May Allah aid us into passing this challenging test
And give us an eternal rest Ameen


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 9, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 9, 2011


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