Concerning the seeking of salvation and the requisition of necessities
After repenting Allamah Busairi (R.A) now takes refuge in his for Rasuluallah Sallallahu Alayhi Wassallam as a means for his salvation. Due to his sins, he is deserving of Allah’s punishment but wishes and hopes that through the intercession and assistance of Rasuluallah Sallallahu Alayhi Wassallam he will receive salvation. His only hope is to love Rasuluallah Sallallahu Alayhi Wassallam and gain his intercession. Allamah Busairi (R.A) ends this poem by conveying Durood and Salaams upon Rasuluallah Sallallahu Alayhi Wassallam, his family, Khualafa-e-Rashideen and his Sahabah Radiyallahu Anhum. He also concludes with a Du’ah to Allah Ta’aala to forgive him, the reciter and all the people who are a means of propagating this poem. May Allah accept this effort and include us all amongst his pious servants, Ameen.
- Most generous of mankind, I have no one to take refuge in
- Except you at occurrence of widespread calamity.
- And O messenger of Allah, your exalted status will not diminish, because of me (intercession on my behalf)
- When most Bountiful (Allah Ta’alaa) will manifest (Himself) by the name of the punisher.
- For verily amongst your bounties is this world, and the hereafter.
- And part of your knowledge is knowledge of the Preserved Tablet (Lowh), and the Pen.
- O my soul do not become despondent due to your grievous sins.
- Verily major sins when pardoned are minor.
- Perhaps the mercy of my Lord when distributed.,
- Would be distributed in proportion to the sins.
- O my Lord (Sustainer)! Make my hopes, not unfulfilled.
- By you, and make my reckoning (of deeds) not destructive.
- Be kind to Your Servant in both the worlds, for verily his
- Patience, when called upon by hardships (calamities), runs away.
- So order clouds of blessings (salutations) from you perpetually.
- Upon Nabi Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam abundantly and gently
- And upon his family his Sahabah, then upon those who follow them.
- The people of piety, knowledge, clemency and generosity.
- (Then) be pleased with Abu-bakr and Omar (Radiyallahu Anhuma).
- And Ali and Uthman (Radiyallahu Anhuma), the people of nobility.
- As long as the easterly breeze makes the branches of cypress rustle.
- And (as long as) the camel riders make their camels march with the enchanting songs.
- Forgive its writer and its reader
- I ask of you all goodness O You the Most Generous and Most Munificent.