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Sunday, May 15, 2011

I wonder how Jannah would be..!



In this soothing breeze,
Under this garden tree,
I wonder how Jannah would be..!

An eternal place,
Full of Peace,
A Promise for those who Believe.

An Abode of Blessings,
For those patient on sufferings,
A wonderful exchange indeed!

With rivers flowing beneath,
And delicious food to eat,
What a place to rejoice and retreat!

In return to worldly sacrifice,
A place of love, and no strife,
With no death, but forever life.

With all, known description,
We’ll yet fail with our imagination,
Such is the Greatness of that Habitation!

This life is but a test,
Amid this hatred and lust,
Let us strive for that Heavenly Best.

So Believe in Allaah,
And offer your Salaah,
Let us strive for nothing but Jannah!

How beautiful Jannah must be!
With blessings no human eye has seen!
O Allaah, Accept from us and let us in.

Silent and serene,
This landscape green,
Make me wonder how Jannah must be!

In this soothing breeze,
Under this garden tree,
I wonder how Jannah would be..!

10 comments:

sahil said...

mashaAllah .. this is nice :)

Farhan Kazi said...

jazaakAllaah..

was in a garden the other day, and ended up writing this.. alhamdulillaah!

btw, hope you have read the previous poem as well..
"Great is Allaah, the Sovereign Lord."
http://www.kfarhanr.blogspot.com/2011/04/great-is-allaah-sovereign-lord.html

Firdaus Fathima said...

Subhan Allaah!

True that Jannah should be the ultimate goal of every Muslim, but unfortunately we find most of us shackled in the temptations of this life - Call it weakness of nafs or weakness of Eemaan..

(a beautiful poem indeed)

Farhan Kazi said...

So true.
It reminds me of the verses from Surah 'Alaa, verses 16 and 17, interpretation of the meaning of which is:
"But you prefer the worldly life,
while the Hereafter is much better and much more durable."

JazaakAllaahu khayr for the reminder and the appreciation.

sahil said...

good stuff mate..mashallah very rhyming..

keep it coming bro,,,


sahil

Farhan Kazi said...

Alhamdulillaah!
JazaakAllaah khayr.

sahil said...

good stuff mate..mashallah very rhyming..

keep it coming bro,,,


sahil

Farhan Kazi said...

So true.
It reminds me of the verses from Surah 'Alaa, verses 16 and 17, interpretation of the meaning of which is:
"But you prefer the worldly life,
while the Hereafter is much better and much more durable."

JazaakAllaahu khayr for the reminder and the appreciation.

Amer Milanovic said...

MaShaAllah, beautiful.

Farhan Kazi said...

JazaakAllaah khayr

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