Light Steps A Poem on the Seerah of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Light Steps A Poem on the Seerah of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ

Follow in the illuminated steps of the Prophet ﷺ with a poem for our times in the seerah tradition, relating and reflecting upon stages in the history of the Prophet Muhammad's ﷺ journey. Light Steps is written in the style of a devotional, narrative ballad with a rhyme scheme set in a four line quatrain, and explores elements of the Prophet's life as a meditation on his light-filled message and character.

Light Steps: A Poem on the Seerah of Prophet Muhammad ﷺ is a spiritually nourishing reflection on the life of the Messenger ﷺ, his noble character traits and his light-filled message. It is an ideal gift for Eid, graduation or for new converts. 

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A Kaleidoscope of Stories – Muslim Voices in Contemporary Poetry

A Kaleidoscope of Stories – Muslim Voices in Contemporary Poetry

A KALEIDOSCOPE OF STORIES – Muslim Voices in Contemporary Poetry brings together the myriad voices of eighty Muslim poets from diverse backgrounds to powerfully articulate what it means to be Muslim in the modern world.

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Symphonies of Theophanies – Moroccan Meditations by Peter Dziedzic

Symphonies of Theophanies – Moroccan Meditations by Peter Dziedzic

SYMPHONIES OF THEOPHANIES- Moroccan Meditations is an immersive photo poetry journal taking the reader on a journey through the spiritual and religious landscape of Morocco, known as the land of saints. Dziedzic succeeds in transporting us to a sacred realm through the meditative jewel-like verse, anecdotes and photos in the pages of this book.

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All the Birds Were Invited to a Feast in the Sky – Soukeyna Osei-Bonsu

All the Birds Were Invited to a Feast in the Sky – Soukeyna Osei-Bonsu

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This is a book which excavates identity and self-knowledge, a journey from the spiritual realm which also attempts to stitch whole the frayed fibres of diasporic belonging. The areas explored range from Africa to spiritual awakening taking the reader on a journey to self. Soukeyna Osei-Bonsu's verse evokes the beauty of the earthly and spiritual realms of human experience, navigating a poetic course from London to Ghana through themes of belonging and faith.

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The Well at the Desert’s Heart by Tony Bowland

The Well at the Desert’s Heart by Tony Bowland

What breaks when the heart is broken?
Not the heart,
Only the thin shell I wrote my name on,
Only the house that stood for years shaking.

The Well at the Desert’s Heart – Verses of Healing offers a trove of insights in verses of remarkable beauty and perception that emerge through the depths of grief and heights of love into a wider appreciation of life.

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