Who is Irfanulla Shariff

Irfanulla Shariff has been writing poetry for several years. He has a great passion for writing inspirational poetry. His work has been published in various poetry magazines and anthologies. Irfanulla's poetic influences are Rumi, Robert Frost and Maya Angelou. He is also a member of Illinois State Poetry Society and Academy of American Poets. ...
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Irfanulla Shariff Poems

  • The Ultimate Life
    What is the ultimate life
    All about?
    It is about being holy
    It is about being healthy ...
  • The Sweetest Fragrance
    The sweetest fragrance
    What is it
    Where is it
    It is nothing ...
  • Total Lunar Eclipse
    It was a magical night
    The sky was lit
    By the glory of Luna
    The full moon ...
  • Magic Spell
    Pour your self-love
    In your heart
    And decorate it
    With the flowers of hope ...
  • Today's Song
    Am I ever going to sing today?
    This whispering voice of my throat
    As if there is an ocean locked in a boat
    How it could be ever possible ...
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Irfanulla Shariff Quotes

  • .You are never too old for anything. Just stay creative and keep on going.
  • Poetry is a spiritual software written to heal our hearts and souls.
  • A quote is a micro poem written to make an everlasting positive impact on our lives.
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