Looking Forward

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The Blessed Month

 

Ramadan is here,

Here is Ramadan.

Ramadan is coming,

The time that is blessed.

Ramadan is coming,

The time we love best.

 

The month in which the Qur’an was sent;

A time of great blessing in which to repent.

Fasting for Allah is a great Muslim deed;

Controlling desires and Suppressing greed.

 

Ramadan is coming,

Increase your Iman.

Ramadan is coming,

Recite the Qur’an.

 

Taking “Suhur” in the dead of the Night;

No eating no drinking during the daylight.

Refrain from bad deeds and repent your soul;

The pleasure of Allah is our only goal.

 

Ramadan is coming,

So let us prepare.

Ramadan is coming;

There is peace everywhere,

 

Even if there is hunger, remember your Lord

And wait until ‘Iftar’ to earn your reward.

 

Fasting is one of the gifts of Allah

Given to believers to increase ‘Taqwah’.

 

Ramadan is here,

here is Ramadan.

Ramadan is coming,

so seek the new Moon.

Ramadan is coming,

it will be here soon.

 

We pray to Allah to put right our hearts;

Ask for forgiveness from Allah and make a new start.

 

Raising our hands we ask for his ‘Rahmaa’;

Hear us our Lord and grant us Jannah’.

 

A poem taken from islamonline.net

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by adikbongsu on August 27, 2007 at 10:46 am

    Salam ‘alaik UmmAbdurrahman,

    truly can’t wait for Ramadan…. 🙂

    May you and your family have a fruitful Ramadan this year and the coming years , insya-Allah, Ameen….. *hugs*

    Reply

  2. Ramadaan mubarak even though I know its not here yet, but what with the ramadan spirit around 😀

    Reply

  3. As Salaamu Alaikum Sis Snowdrops:

    Heheheh, I know I am in the spirit early cause I may not post a lot of entries until close to Ramadan and so I wanted to start ahead. It is 2 weeks away actually.

    Thanks sis, for stopping by

    🙂

    Reply

  4. May we pass the ramadhan and take something more than not to eat and not to drink insha’allah 🙂
    Thank you, beautiful poem..

    Reply

  5. Amin to all the dua’s up there. And may Allah reward the poet for the beautiful poetry.

    I can’t wait for Ramadan!

    Reply

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