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‘My kind is much better
than your kind’
I wonder, what exactly
have they defined?

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One who claims to be
known from a superior race
Show me, how are you higher
and others are a disgrace?

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Can you prove me, just one race
has served all of humanity?
With no injustice ever done, while others
have caused nothing but misery?

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I can’t and nor can you bring
such an impossible prove
For I, myself, full of faults
have so much to improve.

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Day in and day out, we all strive
to live and become the best
But when you discriminate,
you steal our path to this quest

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You see, no one was not born with any
special talents, due to their nationalities
We learned to differ, according to our
interests, forming different personalities
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And so, no one was born racist,
it was never their mentality
Taught to dislike those, without
knowing, created bigotry

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‘My kind is much better
than your kind’
I wonder what exactly
have they defined?

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Could you create a painting
bright with just one colour?
How would you remove its
dullness, I now wonder?

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For colours only makes a painting
more beautiful to the eyes
And as humans, let’s explore,
what does each hold deep inside.

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When throwing a small stone
across water, can cause a ripple
Speak up against racism, make
a difference, even if it’s little.

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Sakina Imprisoned

A soul so pure, that couldn’t be
held within sham’s prison
To Sakina reaches death, once
and for all – giving her soul freedom.

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Yet, I can still
hear her cries,
screaming she
is orphaned.

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Though death let her
free, her grief for
her father, has forever
left her imprisoned

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Prophet Yusuf (Jonah) True self

For being loyal and
a kind-hearted son
Without envy, or
jealousy from anyone

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Yusuf was given the
knowledge of dreams
For God rewards the
doer of good deeds.

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To test, how obedient was
Allah’s this gifted slave
Yusuf was trapped, and his
soul, he alone could save.

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When the wife of the Aziz,
asked him to join this sin
He proclaimed, from his true
self, he could never give in.

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‘No good comes to those who
do wrong’ He would explain
Ignored the words of God, she
approached him without no shame.

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Yusuf, then asked his Lord, to show
him a way out of this wrath.
To the doer of good, who passed
his task. God then opened a path.

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Though he escaped, he was
still unjustly imprisoned
A gift from this world, he
received for being resistant.

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But you see, Yusuf
was never sad.
He accepted prison
with open hands.

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For he knew, he was free
in the sight of his Lord
And any calamity shrinks,
with the protection of God

When Alone, would you be like Ali?

 

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Alone in worship, day and
night he would remain
For alone, your souls,
one day will also be taken.

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He showed the world, the master of his
and every creation is only Allah.
While his isolation with God was
feared, he remained firm in his Salah.

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Ibn Mujlim, sought a deep desire
to marry a woman, as a condition
Accepted would be his proposed,
if completed Ali’s assassination.

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While Ali remained lost in
prayer, conversing with his Lord
Like a coward, attacked ibn Muljim
poisoning Ali with his sword.

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In this sacred month
of forgiveness, ibn Muljim
For the sake of his desires,
betrayed this religion.

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I wonder, are you and I
any different than him..
Before you put desires
above God, think again.

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When alone, would you be like Ali,
lost in his Lord’s remembrance..
Or like his killer, lost in fulfillment
of desires- chosen to be forsaken.

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Fear Of the saviour

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You seized the rights of
Allah, given of your leader
From his family you snatched
away every sip of water.

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Without a sword, he showed you all to
abstain bloodshed and enter God’s path
But instead you killed him and gained
the Most Merciful’s worst wrath

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I am not surprised why do
you forbid his mourning,
Just as you denied him
water, you deny us grieving.

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How do we stop, knowingly,
that our lives are always at risk
For only through Hussain, in this
land human rights still exists

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You see, we try to change, and
to change we need to live
For our leader’s return every
sacrifice, we are willing to give.

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Just like Muhammad, Mahdi too
will be a mercy to mankind
He will show, how God- from
your dark soul’s, you’ve denied.

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I now know, it’s not hate, against
my pure school of thought
It’s fear, for as believers you’d
be exposed, as an enemy of God

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