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Rania (1) ‎

A moon - like face peeps through, shyly
Among the womb of clouds
Quietly, decides to land on the worldly sand.‎
A fleeting visit is the visit! ‎
In a prompt answer to the calls of the inevitable night! ‎
The earth, so fast, embraces the moon in the ‘silent land'! ‎
Selfishly, prevents our dark world from the holy light.‎
The lifeful smile vanishes away
True, the shortness of life accelerates
The disappearance of the moon

Oh, grave: a violet therein lies, ‎
A lily is what you contain, ‎
Oh, grave: shake the joints of the soil -‎
Squeeze them up to water the lily, ‎
Oh, grave: make the springs of kauther
‎ Gush forth therein, ‎

Oh, grave: stretch the eiderdown and
The jasmine under her delicate body, ‎
Oh, grave: wrap her coffin with Godly wrappers, ‎
Oh, grave: decorate your walls with jaspers, ‎
Emeralds, corals, rubies, and agates, ‎

Oh, grave: disseminate the palm leaves
of paradise- let it be her shade, ‎
Oh, grave: incense the bedchamber ‎
‎ Of the well- bred of refined blood. ‎
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Rania was my student, May Allahu, the Almighty, rest her soul in eternal peace
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