Summer in your Hijab

Summer in your Hijab

You think you dress modest
But do you really?
Far from Islam
If you’re honest

The sun is out
And clothes are discarded
Satan on holiday
Most people astray

Even the person with shorts
And woman with a bikini
Is regarded as modest nowadays

So you compare to them
Kaffirs without shame
Dignity or honour
And say you dress Islamic
But the reality is tragic

I suppose you try your best
To avoid the seduction of kufr
And so you compromise
And go halfway
Not fully Islamic
Or jahil
But somewhere in between
You’re not a hypocrite
But you’re easily misled

Fashion is like a god
Seducing and influencing
Those with weak thoughts
Making them a victim

People stare
But most don’t care
They love the attention
Hijab with tight clothing
And plucked eyebrows with make up

They need a shake up
And told the truth
That they are far from Islamic
And mostly jahil

Tabaruj on display
They might as well dress like the rest
Take of the hijab
And be semi naked

At least Islam won’t be blamed
And they won’t be shamed
For dressing like the non-Muslims
And thinking that they are modest
So take heed
Of these few words
And act upon Allah’s commands
And reject the lure of society
Calling us to impropriety