*** The Females Of Paradise Are Called Hoor *** - Poem by SAKISABRE Saki
Wide lovely eyes:
Like unto preserved pearls!
Every time you gaze upon her,
You see nothing but that which gladdens the heart!
Like rubies and coral they are:
As maidens of special creation!
Oh my Heart's Fashion!
Made them as virgins:
Loving only their husbands;
Oh of equal age!
Therein Gardens will be Khairaatun Hisaan
(fair wives good and beautiful) :
Shall have therein Azwaajun Mutahharatun
(purified mates or wives):
Will abide therein forever!
Chaste females restraining their glances & desiring!
Hoor are guarded in pavilions:
Their stunning beauty is such,
Marrow of her calves can be seen
Beneath her clothes;
He will be able to see his face in the liver!
A mirror of the fineness of her skin and the purity of her color!
Woman of Paradise if were to look out over the earth;
Would illuminate everything that is in between!
Fill everything that is in between with fragrances!
The scarf on her head is better than this world and everything in it!
Were she to show her face?
It would shine between heaven and earth!
How beautiful is the light of her face?
How beautiful the scent filling the space between heaven and earth?
Garments & the scarf that she places better than the beauty of this world!
Of delights, pleasures, natural beauties, splendid palaces and other kinds of luxuries!
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