when did we stop trying
to fight for what's right
with no love and respect
for the cultured
we wash our sheets
of our past conflicts
we chanted the words
to those who showed love
and we drenched our nation
Rubayiat Al Thurab (Verses of the Dust) – 38
BismillahIr RahmanIr Raheem
Pure Salt and sweet sugar melt in visible water
In specific taste both key ingredients are naturally varying.
We intuitively know the proper Social usage,
Of pure salt and sweet sugar,
Still they wont be same!
We as being naturally, are typically varied
Like pure salt and sweet sugar,.
On our own way of cultured taste,
But still we are same creation,
To taste the confirmed death of our dear life!
Allah Khair….. Khairul Rabul Alameen Yah Arrahmanur Yah Raheem
Ummah Thurab – Badshah Khan.
Rubayiat Al Thurab (Verses of the Dust)
I **** on your grave for I have had too much to drink!
A glass 'o ginger beer and shrimp crackers I ate today.
Thou art not to fall! To tartuffery for a drink is as good as the last.
But alas, I am not to drink.
For my heart is heavy with woe.
Those stoics! They bring me much misery.
Oh the stoics, with their logically given truths that are naught but prejudice! Prejudice in truth they claim, liars.
Oh the stoics, with their ****** analogies of nature and so fourth.
To be! Like nature, is to be indifferent and prodigal.
That's probably why we love the intelligent uncaring character. He is nature.
She too! O' who's heart is full of love! She brings me roses and kisses upon my lips. She too, is nature. Stupid also, unbelievably crass.
Is crassness then, what we call nature? Then it is he! He! Who bring us our daily news who is unnatural. But then who is the preacher?
No, nature is to live. To live! Hah! A joke! To live is not a command for you cannot conceptualize living without living.
You'd do better as a pretty little scarab, but he doesn't drink ginger beer.
So too, our conclusion is to be natural. But not the scarab. To live, obviously. To be correct! by our own prejudice. And to reject divinely given truths. I do not know how I would feel about children of my own, we'll see when I have one.