Fajr poem to get you up and going in the morning this RAMADAN!!!!

Discussion in 'Poetry' started by Komal Ansari, Mar 12, 2010.

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  1. Komal Ansari

    Komal Ansari New Member

    this is so beautiful... May Allah guide us to understand the importance of fajr prayer and give us strength to offer prayers.
  2. AbdalQadir

    AbdalQadir time to move along! will check pm's.

    shaytan is chained in Ramadan.

    any wrong doing in the month of Ramadan is attributed to the person's own nafs and/or his qareen - paraphrased from a speech of Sheikh Ilyas Attar Qadiri hafizdhahullaah
  3. Abu Fadl

    Abu Fadl Banned

  4. Scholars interpret that in different ways. Some are of the opinion that the Shayatin are weighed down so are not as effective but still there, and there are other explanations...
  5. Aqdas

    Aqdas Staff Member

    nice poem.

    but, can it be applied to ramadan? since shaytan is shackled in this month...
  6. that's a beautiful little poem.

    welcome to sunniport. and ramadan mubarak.
  7. muslimahpoet

    muslimahpoet New Member

    Satan whispered in my ear today as he often does,
    he told me "just stay in bed and let the alarm clock buzz,
    the covers are warm while the air is cold."
    But I refused and stood up bold.
    As I walked toward the bathroom with my eyes squinting,
    He said "Go back to bed, who care's for prayers and repenting?"
    Bismillah, in the name of Allah I turn the water on,
    Making wadu, I think of the reward of praying Fajr before dawn.
    Knot number two is now untied,
    Satan is losing his strength and pride,
    he is whispering again with his last attempt,
    "I will see you in my hell, you will not be exempt.
    You have sinned and your prayers will not save you.
    For, your good deeds are far too few."
    I interrupted him, lovingly reciting, Bismillah akrakman naraheem,
    In the name of Allah the most gracious, most merciful, most supreme
    Al Fatiha, a surah, Ruk'u and then Qauma, Sudjood to show full submission,
    Rise and thank, Sudjood again and do over with no omission,
    sitting on my ankles to recite At-tashahhud with a humble and open soul,
    With tears in my eyes I am submitting fully to Allah's control.
    Back on my ankles to ask Allah for blessings on his Prophet and on us,
    As Salaam 'alaikum wa rahmatulaah to my right then left, ahhh success.
    Three knots now untied,
    Inshallah, from Jannah I will not be denied.

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