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An Audience Of One
Majid Mohiuddin
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An Audience Of One

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This book is a collection of Islamic Ghazals (poems) on prayer and faith. The Ghazal titles correspond to the times and names of the five daily prayers said by Muslims. Each Ghazal takes you on a journey to a place where you can replenish the spiritual senses.

It is a masterful collection of poems that brings the beauty of traditional Islamic Ghazals in English to a modern

77 pages
Published 2001 by Olive Media Services
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May 07, 2009 rated it really liked it
Poetry is always a good conversation starter!
Nicole Kim Phillips
Jan 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Since poetry is a form of expression, I have to respect the idea that someone would not only take time to create English version of Ghazels but do so in a way to include prayer which is a part of all faiths. Including the Five Daily Prayers in a book of poetry that really speaks to the modesty of women while also being used to express love, worry and pain is something is creative and brilliant. The idea that Audience Of One can be used as a teachable tool to at least highlight the importance of ...more
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