SWEETSWORDS 100 [ The Sustainer ]

SWEETSWORDS 100 [ The Sustainer ]
Poga Humayun Dundiwala
Man does not live for bread alone,
Yet man cannot live without bread.
In the domain of time space and energy,
How does men decide,
Where and when he needs to be fed.
Poga Says in The Foolington Maze
Do not kill your children,
Just for bread.
Because man does live for bread alone,
As belly of men is bellow his head.
Man can observe food is given,
To the creature from the creation.
In nature nourishment is already there,
To nurture all with nutrition.
Can a men create his own hunger.
So do not use your sexual organs,
As the musical trap to poach the singer.
Mrs Be Aql Khan Usta : The daughter with a stone tied to her belly,
Said to her father.
Nothing can test friends and foe so fairly,
As can the hunger bring them together.
So Oh my Father.
How children can be fed
By the starving Mother.
I am the Mother Imam.
The Lady of Jannah,
And the Lamp Islam.
But yet the hunger grips me,
As the hungry sun grips the morning dew.
And the Father revealed,
He too had stones tied to his belly,
But not one but two.
Two stones tied on the stomach
Hazrat'e Sayyiduna Abu Talha narrates that they once
complained to the Holy Prophet about hunger and
also showed him the single stone which they had tied to
their stomachs. When the beloved of Allah , the king of
land and water lifted his blessed clothing to reveal his
blessed stomach, they saw that there were two stones tied
to his blessed stomach.
Hazrat'e Sayyiduna Imam Tirmidi states that these
stones were tied on the blessed stomach because of
extreme weakness and hunger. (Shamaa'ile Tirmidi, Page
169, Hadith no. 372)