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Lady of Cure (The Poem of Companions)

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سبحان الله

Salam Alaikum, oh brothers and sisters around the globe!

Jazak Allah Khair.



Narration about the Girl with Splendor, from a witness:

"In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most Merciful,

I bear witness that there is not deity worthy of Worship except for Allah,

Praise be to the most Praised,

Guidance belongs to the highest Guide,

By His Majesty,


By Allah! This is bizarre,

I saw a young girl,

Walking with her wings of splendor and majesty,

Her name was Fatima,


By Allah! This is surreal,

I saw the young girl walking with full confidence and trust,

The gesture was her intelligence,

Her love was Cure,


She loved children,

One day,

I saw her playing with little children,

One of them cried with joy,

So she asked: "What happened, oh little friend?"

He said: "By He who we Worship, Your beauty and love for us is blinding me, Oh Lord! May I suffer and be her sacrifice!"

She left a smile, walked away as the little children wished her good wishes.


For I am a slave of Allah,

She is the example of the Righteous,

One day, she told to the parents of the children:

"Surely the sign of His kingdom is, that there shall come to you the chest in which there is tranquillity from your Lord and residue of the relics of what the children of Musa and the children of Haroun have left".

The parents all said: "Oh Lord of the Ka'aba! She is nothing but your creation!"

They repeated this 3 times.

She left a smile, walked away as the parents wished her good wishes.


Oh Allah,

Who is she?

She dissapeared after the Event with the Parents.


Oh Allah,

Hasten her return,

We need nothing but your blessings,

And nothing but the Lady of Cure."

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Wa'alaykum Assalam brother in faith.

Thank you for taking the time to write this beautiful and eloquent piece of expression.

May Allah [swt] guide all believing and non-believing young women to follow the footsteps of our beloved Hazrat Fatima al-Zahra [sa] in faith, personality, purity, virtue, manners, and modesty, insha'Allah.

May Allah [swt] reward you for inspiring individuals through your beautiful poems.





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