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Friday, January 07, 2011

Memory Of Bapak, Al Fateha...Ameen!

" In Memory of Bapak, Al Fateha! I am recalling my great time with beloved bapak. Even though we always didn't aggree with each other. I still know that he really love me, now I really miss him alot. I dedicated this short verse to bapak, may Allah SWT reward him greatly, ameen. "

Memory Of Bapak
Ismail bin Haji Ahmad
1931 - 2009
Al Fateha

Thursday morning at two thirty
he takes his last breath
to meet the Almighty

The quite hours
I hold his hand
for last farewell

Ya Allah Ya Rahman Ya Raheem
Have mercy, forgiveness and love
shower upon his soul

The night of thousandth dhkir
dedicated to the memory
of both my parent, ameen

Al Fateha to my late Mom
Ponirah bte Karsan Marwi
1939 - 2007

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