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#1 i_zaki

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 12:08 PM

THE PALESTINIAN TEARS










The tears, the blood that boils.
the sorrow, the mujahid who toils.
The rejection, the tears which stain the land,
the dejection, the muslims who won't lend a hand.
The screams, the Israeli's who kill for joy,
the rape, her death and her son's broken toy.
The murder, the anguish and the pain,
the starvation, the so many innocent slain.
Palestine, don't cry alone.
I lend my shoulder to cry upon.


Shells blasting,
the pain lasting.
The body of a little boy,
and his home fallen like troy.
His mother sobbing,
no sign of bloodshed stopping.
Missiles flying, bombs constantly dropping,
meanwhile Israeli's laughing, champagne popping.
Going to the club, the night-life,
the smiles, the lights, no strife.
All haram, living quite clear without fear,
she twirls in the dance floor, never lost anything dear.
And the mother continues weeping...


The suffering, the joy that was never set free,
the lies, the deceit and the muslims that never see.
The horror, the family that he lost,
the hatred, the revenge, his life the cost.
The tears, the watering of a grave,
the failure, the life a father couldn't save.
The bloodshed, the innocent son's of Palestine departed,
the angered ummah, the tears shed by the kind-hearted.
Palestine, don't think no one is there.
I am always by your side.


The tanks rolling in,
ready to do its sin.
Bullets fired and people falling,
the aftermath with survivors calling.
No mercy shown, only hate,
medics arrive but much too late.
Hate and Israel wedded,
peace and Palestine beheaded.
America supports its master,
Israel meeting up with Obama.
Peace resolution suggested, nodding heads,
but still the innocent Palestinian blood sheds.
And the ummah continues sleeping...




As the waves splash, greeting the shores with glee...
I sit on a grassy patch of land located on the shore,
look towards the clouds covering the falling sun with teary eyes,
and this time I write a poem titled: THE PALESTINIAN TEARS...




















I hoped you enjoyed the poem :)

wasalam

Edited by i_zaki, 16 February 2009 - 12:40 PM.


#2 i_zaki

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 12:11 PM

haven't written for a while...but i wrote this from the heart (thus the heart sign besides it)

wasalam

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 12:36 PM

Mashallah akhi, that is very good. I apologize, I haven't read any of your previous works, but would you mind if I copied this to other forums (full reference to you of course).

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 12:42 PM

of course u can brother :)

and jazakallah khair for your nice compliment

wasalam

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 01:20 PM

palestine poems :(

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 11:27 PM

:(
Your skills leave me speechless i_zaki, tabarakAllah you have a gift brother.

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she twirls in the dance floor, never lost anything dear.
And the mother continues weeping...


*sighs*

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Posted 16 February 2009 - 11:48 PM

Salaams,

This is really good bro. I've read almost all of your previous works and this one really stands out. Really well captured!

Wassalam,
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Posted 16 February 2009 - 11:58 PM

I must agree and more, mashaAllah one of your best yet. Its really amazing.

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 12:09 AM

As always, I like to pick out my favourite bit -

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The suffering, the joy that was never set free,
the lies, the deceit and the muslims that never see.
The horror, the family that he lost,
the hatred, the revenge, his life the cost.
The tears, the watering of a grave,
the failure, the life a father couldn't save.


"A joy that was never set free" - bro honestly, that is ingenious.

"the hatred, the revenge, his life the cost" - short, sudden and heartfelt; except, theres meant to be a comma between "his life" and "the cost"

In my absolute honest opinion - apart from a few syntactical and grammatical errors, this is an artwork worth admiring (L)!

Wassalam,
-Muharrir-

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 12:18 AM

Masha Allah kiddo

GREAT Work. indeed a gift. Use it well :) Allahuakbar

#11 i_zaki

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 03:23 AM

jazakallah khairun brothers and sisters, it really means alot to me-so I thank you all alot

wasalam

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 03:28 AM

View PostMuharrir, on Feb 17 2009, 10:09 AM, said:

As always, I like to pick out my favourite bit -

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The suffering, the joy that was never set free,
the lies, the deceit and the muslims that never see.
The horror, the family that he lost,
the hatred, the revenge, his life the cost.
The tears, the watering of a grave,
the failure, the life a father couldn't save.


"A joy that was never set free" - bro honestly, that is ingenious.

"the hatred, the revenge, his life the cost" - short, sudden and heartfelt; except, theres meant to be a comma between "his life" and "the cost"

In my absolute honest opinion - apart from a few syntactical and grammatical errors, this is an artwork worth admiring (L)!

Wassalam,
-Muharrir-



thanks alot brother

when i wrote the hatred, the revenge, his lost the cost-i actually meant that his life the cost-there isn't supposed to be a comma in between---but i see your point bro

wasalam

#13 Muharrir

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 08:10 AM

OK, but the comma makes it better does it not? I see where you are going without it (i.e that due to the aggression, his (innocent) life is the cost), but I insist bro! It sounds outta this world with the comma.

Wait for the next post zako wacko B-)

edit: actually, keep it how it is - edited poems cant go where this one is going ;) ;)

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 08:19 AM

After a very long time, we have a poem which, in the opinion of those who have the right to form such opinions, is worthy enough to enter...

B-) B-) THE HALL OF FAME B-) B-)

Congratulations brother Ishak!

:mash:

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 08:20 AM

More coming soon...

..in the meantime, people, admire :D



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