September 3, 2009
Show me your light, O Lord,
Give me your lihgt, O God,
I need a ray from the devine light,
To lighten my heart and purify my sight.
Light of heaven, light of earth,
Like light coming from a glowing berth,
With a lamp inside, covered in glass.
Shinig like a star, with the devine oil,
From the olive tree of the desert soil.
Its branches going, neither east nor the west
All day long upon it, the sun rays rest.
Light upon light, O Master of all,
Guide me to the Light, or I’m sure to fall,
Into the darker corners of the hell,
Where to eternity, the cursed, will dwell.
September 3, 2008
By the time, or by the declining day,
Allah swear, into the loss is man’s way.
Except those whose faiths are strong,
And the list of good-deeds are long,
Those who join each others in the right,
And in their souls, patience shines bright.
Recall the life of the Egyptian lord,
When he declared he was the God.
But time brought him into utter loss
To humility, from his death bed, he rose.
So goes the story of the Roman kings,
His empire,to a fall, the time brings.
So hold your faith strong, Oh ye men,
And let the list of good-deeds lengthen,
Do the right and advice others to do it,
And patience too, never ever quit it.
Then, by the time, you shall win, I swear,
And heaven will be your home forever.
Read the poem here.