Naveed Akram

(15 December 1973 / London, England)

Poems of Naveed Akram

21. A Century Of Events 6/20/2010
22. A Championship For Him 4/21/2011
23. A Charming Introduction 4/30/2011
24. A Class To Remove 9/11/2014
25. A Clever Way 6/26/2010
26. A Closed Life 5/6/2011
27. A Comma 10/2/2009
28. A Copse 1/20/2008
29. A Couple Needs Space 7/4/2007
30. A Covered Stag 11/20/2013
31. A Cozy Nation 8/22/2008
32. A Cricket Ball 6/23/2009
33. A Cruel Fortune 7/13/2008
34. A Cry 1/18/2008
35. A Cycle 10/15/2011
36. A Debut 1/17/2008
37. A Decade 1/18/2008
38. A Deformity 7/14/2011
39. A Demonic Crime-Rate 1/1/2008
40. A Destroyer? 5/7/2008

Irritation Of Gestures

A gesture of irritation came out of gesturing,
My broken voice was a malady for the downcast;
Pointing to the other voice we heartedly sought
A fictional promise so like the Alexandria
In Egypt, its library of great ancient nature.
We felt a pencil on the wall so like eagles
Wanting to be fed, internal intelligence masters us.
Sensible memory is the real undertaker,
Its a funeral in life that exerts and intellectually

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