Muhammad ibn Idris Al Shafii

(767-820 / فلسطين / غزة)

Muhammad ibn Idris Al Shafii Poems

1. To Live Free From Harm's Way 4/14/2014
2. People 4/14/2014
3. O Hearer Of Supplications 4/14/2014
4. Never Be Saddened 4/14/2014
5. How Surprising 4/14/2014
6. Friends 4/14/2014
7. They Said 4/14/2014
8. Confusion 4/14/2014
9. By Yourself 4/14/2014
10. A Person Wants 4/14/2014
11. Egypt 4/14/2014
12. O You Who Seeks Glory And Strength 4/14/2014
13. Love 4/14/2014
14. Travel Far Away 4/14/2014
15. Faults 4/14/2014
16. Part From The Days 4/14/2014
17. The One Who I Love Was Sick 4/14/2014
18. Allah Has Intelligent Slaves 4/14/2014
19. When My Heart Hardened 4/14/2014
20. Every Type Of Enmity 4/14/2014
21. A Call To Travel 4/14/2014
22. On Fatalism 10/16/2014
Best Poem of Muhammad ibn Idris Al Shafii

On Fatalism

Not always wealth, not always force
A splendid destiny commands;
The lordly vulture gnaws the corpse
That rots upon yon barren sands.

Nor want, nor weakness still conspires
To bind us to a sordid state;
The fly that with a touch expires
Sips honey from the royal plate.

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Never Be Saddened

Never be saddened by what you lose in this world,
When you have Islam and good health with you.
If you lose something that you were rushing towards,
Then the fact that you lost it is sufficient (as a lesson).

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