Naveed Akram

(15 December 1973 / London, England)

Poems of Naveed Akram

4081. Truck 11/15/2011
4082. Trumpets Blown 11/20/2012
4083. Truth is a Flower 1/27/2008
4084. Truth Of A Real Religion 11/29/2012
4085. Truth Of Space 2/26/2010
4086. Truthful One 6/8/2011
4087. Try the Sword 6/19/2009
4088. Tumults 6/22/2010
4089. Tunnel of Wind 5/2/2009
4090. Turned Into Stone 11/22/2011
4091. Turning Back 8/29/2010
4092. Twice My Fun 1/20/2008
4093. Twins Of Death 6/25/2014
4094. Twisted as a Snake 5/10/2011
4095. Two Candles 6/23/2013
4096. Two Innocent Men 1/31/2011
4097. Two Loves 9/15/2011
4098. Two Manners 7/16/2011
4099. Two Men On Fire 8/5/2009
4100. Two Other Gardeners 12/13/2013

Wonder at All

All you do is talk of why I was true,
All of me is saying pleasant news you;
Almost far I push the leather at whim,
So to enhance my living at being dim.
Wonder can exist in shades of sorting out,
To keep quiet all silence and restore pout;
So all of us who always are in power, snow.
Where do you live? among the trees?
Are you forgotten, or upset? I give status

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