Plea of the scorned woman
Since the world says it’s International Women’s Day, here’s a message to the world.
While you try to make me cry,
I choose to turn to the Most High.
While you throw my character in the bin,
Make me feel I’ve done nothing but sin,
Deep down I know this is but a test,
Silently praying to the One Who Knows Best.
Isn’t He the Protector of His righteous slaves?
While man accused, He always forgave.
Didn’t He clear Aisha’s name?
Told the Prophet (PBUH) she’s not to blame.
How dare you tell me I have no worth,
Somehow convince me accursed was my birth.
The doors of Allah’s Mercy are open to all,
If I hold on to Him, He’ll never let me fall.
Posted on March 8, 2012, in The Forgotten Gift and tagged abuse, International Women's Day, mercy, plea, scorned, woman. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.
Nice masha Allah.
JazakAllahu Khairan Kahtir!
Didn’t He give Pharoah’s wife the Courage
To reject his Gardens and Fort for Allah’s Entourage
JazakAllahu Khair for the suggestion. I really wanted to mention Hazrat Aasiya but didn’t have the right words, or those that rhymed like the rest. In the lines you suggested, even though courage and entourage are written the same way they don’t properly rhyme when read, unfortunately. Otherwise, I like how you put the words together.
Bravo.. Jazakallahu khairan kaseer..
Masha Allah very nice.. Keep up the good work … :)