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(1995 / America, New York, Queensland)

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The only ONE

He who taught man elegant
speech, and all that's relevant

The evidence is heaven sent,
sent to all creature with intelligence

Every element reflects his etiquette
and recognizes his excellence

Divinely designed and displayed
Your first father from clay

And the jinn(demon) from a fire,
With a smokeless Flame

Not an Atom or son of Adam
Can escape his domain

Your lord who gives more
Who existed before

Explore the Worlds Decor,
Witness Stars in Galore

From the heavens lowest floor
Jewelry fills the walls

Allowing your core to implore

A beauty, how can you ignore
Glory be to he

He who is not in need
Of you or mine

Or a son or a daughter
Nor friends or Family

You are perfect in all ways
Deserving of all praise

All praises be to he
Lord of the Worlds

Decreed all we see from
The moment he said be

Now we live, die and breath
Only to worship he

May he be pleased and Grant ease
With all those who praise him

The only master of
The day of Judgement

When man
Shall be scattered like moths

And the mountains
Irrupt like wool

Submitted: Sunday, November 10, 2013
Edited: Friday, November 15, 2013

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  • S.zaynub Kamoonpuri (11/15/2013 2:08:00 AM)

    Wow a real marvelous glorification of God's creativity! Kudos for dis poem. Esp likd how u creatively say, 'Designd yor father Adam! Pls read mine again too, my newest on 'salty tears'.

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