Al Haqq - The Truth

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this is a poem about the reality of The Creator

Submitted: August 19, 2013

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Submitted: August 19, 2013

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  1. Heard you not about He
  2. He who created you and all that exists
  3. He is The Truth
  4. nothing happens without his will
  5. Ye knowth the truth yet ye reject it
  6. Be warned O you who had forsaken the will of God
  7. For ye won't have a reason for your disbelief
  8. He bestowed upon you a Prophet ;but;
  9. Ye believe not in him, we say worship not the Prophet
  10. but worship your God for He is Al-Haqq
  11. Thy God mentioned thee, O Prophet Muhammad
  12. In His 'books'
  13. But still they believed not in your Prophet-hood
  14. Thou think'st that the messenger lied?
  15. Ye see not the Signs and Proofs
  16. as they reflect like a mirror ,as clear as thy unpolluted water be
  17. Please forgive them for you are Ar-Raheem, Al-Ghaffar
  18. Ye see and knowth the truth yet act blindly-dumb
  19. God never lies an' so dost His Prophets
  20. Ye are ignorant
  21. O Prophet Muhammad God sent thee
  22. with the truth for God is Al-Haqq
  23. Ye believe not in him, even after he told us
  24. to 'worship' only one God? Ye are truly in the wrong for there
  25. Is none worthy worship except Allah Subhana Wa Ta'ala
  26. For He is The Truth and Muhammad is
  27. The last of His Messengers
  28. La ilaha illallah
  29. Muhammadur-Rasulullah

Knowth – Know

Al-Haqq - The Truth

Thou - You (Relating to an individual, his character, conduct, motives, or private affairs)

Think'st - Thought

Ar-Raheem - Merciful to both disbelievers and believers

Al-Ghaffar - He who is all-forgiving

Dost - Does

Thee - You

La ilahaillallah – There’s no god but Allah

Muhammadur-Rasulullah – Muhammad  is His Messenger


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