Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
Poems of Naveed Akram
|3801.||We Dress In Human Attire||3/21/2008|
|3802.||We Find Her There||10/30/2009|
|3803.||We Grow And We Die||4/11/2011|
|3804.||We Met In A Freezer||6/30/2010|
|3807.||We See Light||2/24/2009|
|3810.||Weak And Surprised||5/20/2012|
|3811.||Weak Or Strong?||11/22/2011|
|3813.||Wealth And Food||1/2/2010|
|3814.||Wear A Joke||6/9/2009|
|3815.||Wearing A Shirt||9/30/2009|
|3818.||Well of Water||6/23/2006|
|3820.||West And East||7/12/2010|
I am suited to innocence as much as whiteness,
And the dark skies witness behaved-ones.
Looking in my direction the sunly objects fit my eye,
Once ago I say.
Too much is known and forgiven of late,
Late work is made of love fortunately on a saying
That indicated the holiness of mine:
To see God and be a part of it.