O God, take away the words of the devil
That mix with my prayer-
If not, then take my prayer as it is, devil and all.
Curse the devil he is near to us like blood in veins...
Excellent request to the almighty God.
Rabia - A mystic Sufi Saint who practised the philosophy of love and compassion....10
O God, take away the words of the devil......outstanding conceptualization. A brilliant poem by Rabia Al Basri.
to your path
let me surrender
this is world
colorful illusion of deviI
let me leave it
A powerful and wonderful spiritual write.
And Congratulations for this accolade. Having suffered so much pain and poverty, she truly was a good Islamic follower. She lived in the second half of the 8th century, very intelligent words from her mouth as prayers. Truly most deserving.
due to the translation by Charles Upton. Putney, Vt.: Threshold Books, c1988.as we can read in the Poet's Notes, we can read this very serious prayer poem. Most deserving as The Classic poem Of The Day
The words of the Devil! ! !
Evil like the Gods and Goddesses!
Able to take negativity away! ! !
In bring in positivity;
Prayer! ! !
Thanks for sharing this poem with us.
The poem reflects the subtlety of a Sufi's heart which is upright and earnest in its prayers-
no qualms to admit reality- before God.
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.
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