As-salamu `alaykum wa rahmatullah

When your heart feels so free it soars in the sky.
So light and weightless, as if carried by Angels of Mercy and Glad-tidings.
Mind of purity and clarity.
Vision that’s clear of clouds.
No mist. No chains.
No burdens or pains.
Hands are freed up, speech flows again.
You can breathe.
Time is blessed, lands are blessed.
Days are a beauty and nights pass in serenity.
God’s creatures smile as if to acknowledge the bliss.
Even the trees rustle; I can hear their tasbih.
Gratitude only increases the goodness, as if the Promise is more than just that.
It’s a certainty.
It’s freedom. Freedom from the world.
But the world’s inexperienced want to define it.
They are baffled. The more the tests, the happier we become.
Allah gives it to some so they enter the Paradise of this world before the Next.
And some are deprived so they remain imprisoned;
Either to be released in the Hereafter and or to be sentenced.
He is the King of Kings; A Most Generous King.

And it’s a felicity.
A serenity.

I found it in the places of prayer.
It’s there again whenever I open the Book.
Like a magnificent robe, it gently wraps and protects.
Freedom and felicity,
They take root in the heart when the heart is watered with faith and sustained with Islam.

6 thoughts on “Felicity

  1. Felicity.:

    Masha Allah ! One of the Highest state of happiness.

    “God’s creatures smile as if to acknowledge the bliss.”

    Very well written poem, Indeed a felicity of Islam .

  2. Assalaamu alaykum wa rahmatu Allaahi wa barakaatuh,

    Ma sha Allaah, nice poem.

    Alas, I wish I could feel like that when I pray.

    Maybe one day insha Allaah.

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