Mohammad Jahoorul Islam
:::: I Created As My Whim::::
The sweet Creator subhan waa ta'ala
kneaded the clay with sweet water:
'I shall create from this until the Resurrection Day, Prophets, Messengers, righteous servants and guided Imams who shall invite the people towards Paradise and the people who follow these personalities! I do not care if anyone questions this action of Mine! ”
Then some sour water
kneaded the clay with:
'I shall create from you, until the Resurrection Day, the oppressors, aggressors, and people of ‘adand the brethren of Satan. They shall invite the people towards Hell and I shall also create from this clay the followers of these people. I don’t care if anyone raises an objection against this action of Mine and all of them shall be questioned. I shall subject them to Badaa (change of destiny) !
I can change them into the people of the right (for heaven) I can transform them into the people of the left (dwellers of Hell) !
The two kinds of clay was thrown
Before the Divine Throne- the new Town! !
The clay broke into a few pieces
To be fanned by four Angels! !
North, South, East and West)
Blew, pulverized and shaped! !
Madness due to the effect of north!
Phlegm due to east!
Bile due to west!
Blood for the Rest(Southern!)
The body was completed!
One part is madness:
That creates an attraction for the female sex! !
Instigation for their love! !
Phlegm for desire of eating, drinking, acting charitably, intelligence and hospitality!
Bile causes anger, stupidity, evil, oppression, injustice and haste!
Four element of blood creates:
Sexuality n instigation for illegal acts and sexual desires! !
Topic of this poem: creation
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