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Member: MYSPEAK
Location: Denmark, Europe
Gender: Male
Interests: nature: walking, backpacking, camping, mountaineering, - spent many years living/cruising on a sailboat, - keeping fit, - reading useful books (not entertainment), - history, - archaeology, - astronomy, - photography, - politics and current affairs and news programmes, - creative writing, mainly poetry, all in English and mainly about Islam and the West, you can read them on www.MYSPEAK.info, select POEMS, currently 98 poems totalling 13,500 lines.

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Mainly to publish some of my non-political poetry in a suitable forum, to complement my main website. Also intend to contribute articles from time to time, inshallah, the first is already sketched out.


The Law of ONE (poem)
Published by MYSPEAK on October 21, 2009 1:28pm.  Category: General

 

 The Law of ONE


- and how could it be more?

A poem by IBRAHEEM (Denmark)

(my 2012 poem, just posted here, links to this one)

NOTE:
I wanted to copy-paste the poem in here but am
having problems with the editor, it keeps doing things
that I am not asking it to do, so, for the time being,
please use the direct link at the top,
thank you!

 

About the writer:
IBRAHEEM is Danish and converted to Islam in 2006,
a former international IT-consultant who now
concentrates on creative writing.

Currently (Oct.09) 98 poems totalling 13,500 lines 
on www.MYSPEAK.info (alias .org),
select POEMS from Welcome page,
this one is No 097 on the Index.

Poems range from 10 lines (No 007)
to 788 lines (No 057) and the main theme
is Islam and the Christian West.

Please browse the user-friendly Index,
there is something for everybody except
perhaps Zionists and NeoCons.

Please also see ME and BOOK
and Note to New Readers.


IBRAHEEM welcomes feedback
either on
contact@myspeak.info
or via the
comment facility for each poem or post on website.

Copyright notice:
All MYSPEAK poems and posts may be freely
copied-distributed-printed if not for profit
but must include the following copyright notice:

Used with permission and not for profit
Copyright © - IBRAHEEM (O.E.H.Johansen)
All Rights Reserved
Original can be found on
www.MYSPEAK.info




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Two Thousand and Twelve (poem)
Published by MYSPEAK on October 21, 2009 1:13pm.  Category: General

Two Thousand and Twelve

- are you getting ready?

A poem by IBRAHEEM (Denmark)

(my 2012 poem, just posted here, links to this one)

NOTE:
I wanted to copy-paste the poem in here but am
having problems with the editor, it keeps doing things
that I am not asking it to do, so, for the time being,
please use the direct link at the top, thank you!

 

About the writer:
IBRAHEEM is Danish and converted to Islam in 2006,
a former international IT-consultant who now
concentrates on creative writing.

Currently (Oct.09) 98 poems totalling 13,500 lines 
on www.MYSPEAK.info (alias .org),
select POEMS from Welcome page,
this one is No 096 on the Index.

Poems range from 10 lines (No 007)
to 788 lines (No 057) and the main theme
is Islam and the Christian West.

Please browse the user-friendly Index,
there is something for everybody except
perhaps Zionists and NeoCons.

Please also see ME and BOOK
and Note to New Readers.


IBRAHEEM welcomes feedback
either on
contact@myspeak.info
or via the
comment facility for each poem or post on website.

Copyright notice:
All MYSPEAK poems and posts may be freely
copied-distributed-printed if not for profit
but must include the following copyright notice:

Used with permission and not for profit
Copyright © - IBRAHEEM (O.E.H.Johansen)
All Rights Reserved
Original can be found on
www.MYSPEAK.info




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