Muhammad Bilal


Allah Is Above Poem by Muhammad Bilal


The emperor of all maladies
your own whims and bigotry
repel the thieves and revolters
desires and wishes perpetrators

The affairs of the unseen
the qualities of the soul
without being influenced
grasp and comprehend

The Creation clarified the Truth
explained with its manifested proofs
and its connections to the body
save yourself, think deeply

everything before the increase
is susceptible to decrease
indeed people do not understand
grasp and comprehend

from darkness into light
but the beating of my heart
I am complete I surrender
Make me prisoner or soldier

my poem, my message
because of His grace
indeed people bear witness
little Deeds of Kindness

Tribulations... Ya Allah.
Intend the fold of Islam

as i sit here writing poetry
I observe the boundary.
Little Words of Love
Allah is above.

Submitted: Sunday, May 5, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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