Make sure you read this great article by Joanna Paraszczuk on the poetry of Chechen jihadis.
I liked this poem by a widow mourning her martyred husband. It’s unusual in its emotional honesty:
Well, a year has passed by quietly.
But to my heart it seems but a day.
I live among people, I timidly
Try to be like everyone else. […]
I think as I look into the sky
That Allah changes everything in a moment…
And just as He changes time
He changes people’s fates
Today was lively and cheerful
And tomorrow the world abandoned you. […]
A year has passed, time is changing
But my heart will not change.
You will live in it for a long time.
Until my death.
I also liked this sarcastic one:
O, evil Facebook warriors,
Soldiers of the Whatsapp army,
O ye deputy sheikhs of Google,
You run in a vicious circle
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