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Hamd Poems

Read wonderful hamd poetry on the following sub-topics: praise, allah, almighty, love and more. Read a definition and example (where appropriate).

Note: The forms for these poems were selected by the poet. Often poems are assigned the wrong form. Please confirm the accuracy of the poetic form before referencing the poem.

List of New Hamd Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetCategories  
Premium Member Poem AN AFTERNOON EVENT Wm Paul winter,
Premium Member Poem to the show cs parker america,
Premium Member Poem W I D O W S Muhammad Safa Thajudeen character, discrimination, environment, women,
God is Always There Aliza Kashmala Kiran allah, islamic,
God Bless You Aliza Kashmala Kiran allah, blessing,
Premium Member Poem Hamd's Haven in Hammam Kai Michael Neumann allah, devotion, love,
Let Me Katrina Monique Cayanan beauty, emotions, for him,
Karun wasf kya main bayan tera teri shaan jalle jalaluhu Akhtar Muslimi urdu,
Premium Member Poem AUTUMN TREES daver austin nature,
People of the Book Abdullah Alhemaidy relationship,
All powers belong to You Almighty Allah M. Shahid H. Chouhdry allah, blessing,
All Power Belongs To You Almighty Allah M. Shahid H. Chouhdry eulogy,
HAMD zaka khalid allah,
Allah is the one hamza abid allah, faith, religion, religious,

About This Page

Hamd Poems. Examples of Hamds and a list of poems in the correct poetic form and technique. Share and read Hamd poetry while accessing rules, topics, ideas, and a comprehensive literary definition of a Hamd.

Brief Definition

A Hamd is a type of poem created to praise Allah. It is an Arabic word used to refer to praise of God alone. Hamd was derived from the Quran, and it is the root word for AlhamdAllah which usually means praise to Allah. These types of poems are written in Persian, Arabic, Punjabi, Urdu or Turkish. They are also recited all over the Muslim world.

Hamd poems are included in the five pillars of Islam. The five pillars are the; Shamada, Salat, Zakat, Fasting {Ramadan} and the Hajj. Muslims prepare Hamd poems to thank God for the blessings of being born as Muslims. They also thank Him for the blessings of health and wealth. In the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims have to fast from sunrise to sunset so that they can remember how blessed they are to have food.

In all aspects, Hamd poems are used by either actions or words. When the Muslims are thanking God for his blessings, they can recite the word “Hamd” or include it in their prayers. These songs are also sung to keep Allah in mind and to stay connected to Him. 

Hamd Poem Example



like some huge wild beast
this hollow tree, dead limbs spread
two children inside

three wolves in the snow
patiently look up the tree
some nut shells and tracks

hear their wild clucking
three ducks in the snow look up
strewn red berries, tracks

bare trees and lamp posts
this empty, snow covered bench
man with saxophone

branches split skyward
a few yet cling at the top
flock of geese fly south

Dave Austin

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