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She came to him trying to seduce him

And she came to him while shutting all the doors Trying to seduce him she said I love you come close He replied you have a husband but she wanted more He refuse to do this saying I have the fear of God I'm the servant of your husband and not one you are looking for She ripped his shirt but when he still refuse he was blamed The door immediately opened and the king saw Saw her wife in a room with a servant naked from upside She act to be innocent saying he tried to do wrong with me Immediately he was send to prison, but that day God show his mercy That day she realized her mistake and prayed to God To make her young and beautiful once again in this world And God replied, I have plans for you, plans to prosper you And not harm, plans to give you success you want I know past, present and future, things you don't My servant I have forgiven you, go marry the guy you want The king is cruel but he's my righteous servant The king died, the queen once again get young and they both marry This was the real story of Yousaf ( prophet Joseph) and his wife Zulaika The girl who was again made young instead of paradise

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Date: 7/4/2018 9:32:00 AM
I never saw anyone did this before. wonderful my friend--- i like.
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Date: 6/17/2018 5:59:00 PM
I never knew this story before. Very interesting, Faraz. I want to ask you about something you said at my Bio poem. I'll send you a soupmail. (also thanks for reading my poetry. I am sorry I am behind with comments here. I really appreciate your thoughtful comments)
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Date: 6/10/2018 7:28:00 PM
Contests enhances the poet's conscious challenge to themselves and to the readers! Your poem evokes a profound message, human nature and beauty.. when a human being is bewildered by beauty, both outward and inward beauties, they tend to possess, own and conquer it.. But Divine Beauty here cannot be owned! Divine Beauty does not belong to human souls.. It provides them with light, love, enlightenment, healing and whatever It is supposed to.. A profound write Faraz. A joy to read. Thank you for sharing. Stay safe.
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