The soul cries for the world and I know

  • The poem “The Soul Weeps for the World” by Ali bin Abi Talib:

The soul cries over the world, and it knows

Peace in it is leaving what is in it

Peace in it is leaving what is in it

Peace in it is leaving what is in it

Peace in it is leaving what is in it

There is no home for a person to inhabit after death

Except that which was built before death

Except that which was built before death

Except that which was built before death

Except that which was built before death

If he builds it well, his dwelling will be blessed

And if people built it, the builder was disappointed

And if people built it, the builder was disappointed

And if people built it, the builder was disappointed

And if people built it, the builder was disappointed

Where are the kings that were tyrannical?

Until he gave her the cup of death her legs

Until he gave her the cup of death her legs

Until he gave her the cup of death her legs

Until he gave her the cup of death her legs

We collect our money for the inheritors

And our turn to ruin eternity we build

And our turn to ruin eternity we build

And our turn to ruin eternity we build

And our turn to ruin eternity we build

How many cities in the horizons have been built?

Yesterday was ruined, and death came close to her

Yesterday was ruined, and death came close to her

Yesterday was ruined, and death came close to her

Yesterday was ruined, and death came close to her

For every soul, even if it is fearful

From death there are hopes that strengthen them

From death there are hopes that strengthen them

From death there are hopes that strengthen them

From death there are hopes that strengthen them

So man simplifies it, and time seizes it

And the soul spreads it, and death folds it

And the soul spreads it, and death folds it

And the soul spreads it, and death folds it

And the soul spreads it, and death folds it

If you venture into the honor of Marum

  • Verses from the poem “If I ventured into the honor of Maurum” by Al-Mutanabbi:

If you venture into a grieving honor

Do not be content with what is below the stars

Do not be content with what is below the stars

Do not be content with what is below the stars

Do not be content with what is below the stars

So the bait of death in a despicable matter

Like the bait of death in a great matter

Like the bait of death in a great matter

Like the bait of death in a great matter

Like the bait of death in a great matter

Is the mother more secure? A woman who did not speak

  • Verses from the poem “Amman Umm Awfa Dimna did not speak” by Zuhair bin Abi Salma:

I’m tired of the costs of life and of living

Eighty years, no father for you will get tired

Eighty years, no father for you will get tired

Eighty years, no father for you will get tired

Eighty years, no father for you will get tired

I saw the fire smashed randomly from the pouring

slay him, and if you sin, he will grow old

slay him, and if you sin, he will grow old

slay him, and if you sin, he will grow old

slay him, and if you sin, he will grow old

I know the knowledge of today and yesterday before it.

But I am not aware of what will happen tomorrow

But I am not aware of what will happen tomorrow

But I am not aware of what will happen tomorrow

But I am not aware of what will happen tomorrow

And who does not do many things?

bruised by fangs and trampled by a breeze

bruised by fangs and trampled by a breeze

bruised by fangs and trampled by a breeze

bruised by fangs and trampled by a breeze

And he who has grace is miserly with his grace.

On his people he is dispensed with and slandered

On his people he is dispensed with and slandered

On his people he is dispensed with and slandered

On his people he is dispensed with and slandered

And who does the favor without honoring it?

He flees, and he who does not fear cursing is insulted

He flees, and he who does not fear cursing is insulted

He flees, and he who does not fear cursing is insulted

He flees, and he who does not fear cursing is insulted

And he who does not exceed his own basin

It destroys and whoever creates people knows

It destroys and whoever creates people knows

It destroys and whoever creates people knows

It destroys and whoever creates people knows

And whoever fears the causes of death will meet it

And if he ascends the causes of heaven with peace,

And if he ascends the causes of heaven with peace,

And if he ascends the causes of heaven with peace,

And if he ascends the causes of heaven with peace,

And whoever disobeys the edges of glass, they will receive it

The Almighty obeys all of these

The Almighty obeys all of these

The Almighty obeys all of these

The Almighty obeys all of these

And he who fulfills is not blamed, and he whose heart is broken

To the one who is reassured, the land does not freeze

To the one who is reassured, the land does not freeze

To the one who is reassured, the land does not freeze

To the one who is reassured, the land does not freeze

And he who emigrants regards an enemy as his friend.

And he who does not honor himself will not be honored

And he who does not honor himself will not be honored

And he who does not honor himself will not be honored

And he who does not honor himself will not be honored

And whatever goodness you have in a person

And if her maternal uncle is hidden from the people, she is known

And if her maternal uncle is hidden from the people, she is known

And if her maternal uncle is hidden from the people, she is known

And if her maternal uncle is hidden from the people, she is known

And whoever still bears the burden of the people himself

And not a day of eternity suffices it that weary

And not a day of eternity suffices it that weary

And not a day of eternity suffices it that weary

And not a day of eternity suffices it that weary

eternity two days

  • Verses from the poem “The Age is Two Days” by Al-Shafi’i:

Eternity is two days of security and danger

And to live in peace and in distress

And to live in peace and in distress

And to live in peace and in distress

And to live in peace and in distress

Do you not see the sea rising above it with carrion?

and settled in its deepest pit of pearls

and settled in its deepest pit of pearls

and settled in its deepest pit of pearls

and settled in its deepest pit of pearls

And in the sky there are stars that have no time

Only the sun and the moon are eclipsed

Only the sun and the moon are eclipsed

Only the sun and the moon are eclipsed

Only the sun and the moon are eclipsed

What is the matter with your religion that you would like to desecrate it?

  • Verses from the poem “What is wrong with your religion that you defile it” by Al-Shafi’i:

What is the matter with your religion that you would like to desecrate?

Your garment is washed with impurity

Your garment is washed with impurity

Your garment is washed with impurity

Your garment is washed with impurity

She hoped for salvation and did not go her way

The ship does not run on dry land

The ship does not run on dry land

The ship does not run on dry land

The ship does not run on dry land

For everything if the decrease

  • Verses from the poem “For everything if it is diminished” by Abu Al-Baqa Al-Randi:

For everything that is imperfect

Do not be deceived by the goodness of life

Do not be deceived by the goodness of life

Do not be deceived by the goodness of life

Do not be deceived by the goodness of life

these are things as seen by countries

He who is pleased with a time is bad for him

He who is pleased with a time is bad for him

He who is pleased with a time is bad for him

He who is pleased with a time is bad for him

And this house does not keep anyone

It does not last forever

It does not last forever

It does not last forever

It does not last forever

The famines of the age are of various kinds.

For all time joys and sorrows

For all time joys and sorrows

For all time joys and sorrows

For all time joys and sorrows

O negligent and forever preaching

If you are in a year, eternity is awake

If you are in a year, eternity is awake

If you are in a year, eternity is awake

If you are in a year, eternity is awake

I teach him to shoot every day

How astonishing is the one who brought up a child

I feed it to the edges of the banan

I feed it to the edges of the banan

I feed it to the edges of the banan

I feed it to the edges of the banan

I teach him archery every day

When his aid became strong, he rode

When his aid became strong, he rode

When his aid became strong, he rode

When his aid became strong, he rode

How much did you teach him the rhymes?

So when he said a rhyme,

So when he said a rhyme,

So when he said a rhyme,

So when he said a rhyme,

I teach him the bully all the time

And when his mustache flew off, he scowled

And when his mustache flew off, he scowled

And when his mustache flew off, he scowled

And when his mustache flew off, he scowled

As much as the people of determination

  • Verses from the poem “At the Destiny of the People of Determination” by Al-Mutanabbi:

upon determined people determination will be

Come up to the esteemed Makarem.

Come up to the esteemed Makarem.

Come up to the esteemed Makarem.

Come up to the esteemed Makarem.

And magnifies in the eyes of the little one her young

And smaller in the eye of the great greatness.

And smaller in the eye of the great greatness.

And smaller in the eye of the great greatness.

And smaller in the eye of the great greatness.

Verses of poetry judgment and sermons