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إن شاء الله, علي الله, إرادة الله, بأمر الله



I see the light
My hope restored,
The harp inside
Has struck a chord.

Yet somewhere deep
It lies in wait,
To pass beyond
This golden gate.

My faith restored
By unknown force,
At last is found
My hate divorced.

For now at last
You're not my foe,
I see the truth
And make it so.
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Submitted by PathofStars on February 21, 2017

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