2/365 | T’was an accident

T’was an accident
I swore, when I gazed at her
Coming up for air
Forgot to breathe then and there
My heart went silent
I swear she just stole my heart,
She’s just way too smart
fed it to a butterfly,
watched it Fly and left me dry

In my research for the extended version I looked at the Fiqh of Love so to speak and found some interesting quotes.

“Verily, I was blessed with love for her.”

Prophet Muhammad (saw.)
“From the accidents of love is the violent anxiety and silencing intensity of feeling which overcome the lover when he sees the beloved avoiding him and eschewing him and the signs of that is sighing and lack of vivacity and sobbing and having deep sighs.”

Ibn Hazm (Rah.)


“If you haven’t loved passionately or known the meaning of desire then get up and eat hay for you are nothing but a donkey!”

 Ibn ul Qayyim (Rah.)
“O Ameer ul Mu’mineen, I’m in love with her!
Umar (ra.): “It’s not in your hands, what can I do for you?””

(related by Ibn Hazm)
“And from misery is that you love, and the one who you love, loves other than you, or that you want good for a person and s/he wants to hurt you”

 Imam Shafi’i (Rah.)
“Love is not limited with a clearer limitation than love itself. Love cannot be described with a better description than love…”

Ibn ul Qayyim (Rah.)

About Mu610

22 year old German Muslim currently studying at Bradford University in the UK. Born in Marburg, raised in Berlin and spent 5 years in Nottingham then moving to Bradford in September '12. Is fluent in German and English and has some knowledge of French and Arabic, has an interest in learning Japanese, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Chinese and maybe Urdu for now.

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