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Ramadan Karim (new version)

June 9, 2015
By TheComet PLATINUM, Mostaganem, Other
TheComet PLATINUM, Mostaganem, Other
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Favorite Quote:
"Speak when you are angry and you will make the best speech you will ever regret" -Ambrose Bierce
" Be yourself! Everybody else is already taken ;)"
"Don't go where the path leads you. Go instead where there's no path and leave a trail ;)"-R.W.Emerson


Impatiently looking up so high.
For the crescent to form in the sky.

 

Here it comes for thirty days to last.
A tradition from the very old past.

 

As always bringing some blessing.
Welcomed with such a loud cheering.

 

So thrilled to have it back around :D
Its unique smell covers all the ground.

 

So generous, tender and dear.
Thirty days of ways to forgiveness.
Makes everyday seem crystal clear.
Purring our soul to become flawless.

 

Spreads mercy all over the world.
Gathering every family by the nightfall together.
When the muezzin calls to be heard.
Everyone runs rushing to prayer.
Knowing to God they will come closer.

 

Days flying by so fast.
Over is the time you had to last.

 

With a kiss Goodbye off you go.
Ramadan my tender and dear.
With all my heart I want you to know.
I will wait for you to come back next year ^_^


The author's comments:

Ramadan Karim to all the Muslims all over the world ^_^ I wrote this poem to share my feelings about this special and unique month. I wish we could stop seeing Ramadan as a long tiring month of fasting and then eating so much as if we’ve never ate this or that before. It’s just so materialist and simply not fair. As mentioned in the sacred book “Quran” Ramadan is the most precious month of the year. A month when God comes closer to hear every prayer, forgive every sinner who has the will to do better. It’s a great opportunity for anyone who wishes to start over. I truly hope my poem is a good “Wake Up Call.”


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