Islam Poems (74 Poems)


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    The Island: Canto II. (Lord George Gordon Byron Poems)

    I.How pleasant were the songs of Toobonai,When Summer’s Sun went down the coral bay!Come, let us to the islet’s softest shade,And hear the warbling birds I the damsels said:The wood-dove from the forest depth shall coo,Like voices of the Gods … Continue reading



    Europe : Lines On The Present War (Reginald Heber Poems)

    At that dread season when th’ indignant NorthPour’d to vain wars her tardy numbers forth,When Frederic bent his ear to Europe’s cry,And fann’d, too late, the flame of liberty ;By feverish hope oppress’d and anxious thought,In Dresden’s grove the dewy … Continue reading



    Prevailing Winds (Lee Anderson2 Poems)

    IThe bland many-eyed wallsof skyscrapers and the modestin-between brownstone housesshall not bruise the thrust of his rapier spiritrather the artist with the intensity of youththe prophet’s second sight the seer’s visionshall cause these buildings to shrink and dilatelean askew into … Continue reading



    Miriam (John Greenleaf Whittier Poems)

    One Sabbath day my friend and IAfter the meeting, quietlyPassed from the crowded village lanes,White with dry dust for lack of rains,And climbed the neighboring slope, with feetSlackened and heavy from the heat,Although the day was wellnigh done,And the low … Continue reading



    Mostly Slavonic (Henry Lawson Poems)

    I.-Peter MichaelovIt was Peter the Barbarian put an apron in his bagAnd rolled up the honoured bundle that Australians call a swag;And he tramped from Darkest Russia, that it might be dark no more,Dreaming of a port, and shipping, as … Continue reading



    Guy Of The Temple (John Hay Poems)

    Down the dim West slow fails the stricken sun,And from his hot face fades the crimson flushVeiled in death’s herald-shadows sick and gray.Silent and dark the sombre valley liesForgotten; happy in the late fond beamsGlimmer the constant waves of Galilee.Afar, … Continue reading



    Masjid-e-Qar (Muhammad Iqbal Poems)

    SILSILA-E-ROZ-O-SHAB NAQSH GAR-E-HADISAATSILSILA-E-ROZ-O-SHAB ASL-E-HAYAAT-O-MAMAATSILSILA-E-ROZ-O-SHAB TAAR-E-HAREER DO RAnGJIS SE BANAATI HAI ZAAT APNI QABAAY-E-SIFAATSILSILA-E-ROZ-O-SHAB SAAZ-E-AZAL KI FUGHAAnJIS SE DIKHAATI HAI ZAAT ZER-O-BAM-E-MUMKINAATTUJH KO PARAKTAA HAI YE, MUJH KO PARAKHTAA HAI YESILSILA-E-ROZ-O-SHAB SAIRAFI-E-KAAINAATTU HO AGAR KAM IYAAR, MAIn HOOn AGAR KAM IYAARMAUT … Continue reading



    Shikwaa [The Complaint] (Muhammad Iqbal Poems)

    Why should I be destructive and remain reckless of betterment?Think not of the future, remain occupied in today’s problems? Should I hear nightingale’s wails, and remain completely silent?O companion! Am I some flower so that I may remain silent?        The strength … Continue reading



    Rachel (John Lawson Stoddard Poems)

    ‘Twas sunset in Jerusalem; the lightStill lingered on the city’s walls, and crownedMount Olivet with splendor, while below,Among the trees of dark GethsemaneAnd on the Kedron gloomy shadows lay,As if but waiting for the death of dayTo rise and mantle … Continue reading



    Amir Khan – Part I (Lucretia Maria Davidson Poems)

    (Written in her sixteenth year) BRIGHTLY o’er spire, and dome, and tower,The pale moon shone at midnight hour,While all beneath her smile of lightWas resting there in calm delight;Evening with robe of stars appears,Bright as repentant Peri’s tears,And o’er her … Continue reading





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