Madinat al-Muslimeen Islamic Message Board
|06/21/01 at 20:22:14|
by Vaseem Ahmed Ismail
When the earth shall suffer a trembling quake.
When men will ask, what has made her shake.
When mountains will fly in the air like flake.
The sun will be lowered and the earth shall bake.
The day when a loud trumpet be sounded
and all that is standing shall then be grounded.
With a bang so loud, the ears will be pounded,
With fright and fear, the hearts will be wounded.
It is the day of a very loud burst
the day when mountains will scatter like dust
these are the signs of the day of just
and the day of just, its coming is a must.
The bones shall be taken out of the clay,
and then be assembled back on that day,
and then be asked, on earth did he pray,
Khums and Zakaat if ever did he pay.
Each will be asked, what did you earn,
and all that you earned, how did you earn.
How much of Islam and Quran did you learn
and how much beggars back did you turn.
Questions will be asked on weight and scale,
whether you deceived in trade and sale
if money you conned by making some tale
the breakers of law will dwell in hell.
You will be shown your sins and your deed
how much you hoard and what was your need
how many hungry stomachs did you feed
and wealth that you made by means of greed.
Women will be asked, where was your veil?
To cover up your hair, why did you fail?
Why you exposed unveiled to some male?
The guilty that day will burst into wail.
There will be faces glorious and bright,
on reclined couches relaxed at a height
and there will be faces filled with fright
exposed to heat, engulfed in plight.
A selfish soul will be song of the day
The guilty that day will have to say.
Whatever you owed, you will have to pay,
Fifty thousand years will make one day.
To save yourself from being at odd
open up Quran and listen to God
say 'Ya Allah' you are my Lord
your faith in my heart is broad and old.
Merciful you are and also mercy giving
under your command, are the dead and those living
Great you are, the great all knowing
Glory to be you, O' eternally living.
O' my Lord, forgive me my sins
after all I am, just a human being
for getting your blessings, really I am keen.
From this moment onwards, I shall remain clean.
From the bottom of my heart, this is what I mean
Al-Hamdo lillaahe rabbil aalameen.
|Re: judgement day|
|06/22/01 at 10:14:41|
This is a great poem. It made me think about the here after.
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