Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
Display Of Sin
Velvet sins display my knowledge,
Opening doors to the brilliance;
Full of the laments that undergo this soul
We strive and enlighten each other.
The difficult signals carry a waste,
The hushed sequences are scenes,
Defend yourself now that you differ so late!
Four and several more enquire as to
The promises on the tongue,
So that the heart will speak forcibly.
Acidic blood runs through the arteries
With an art that differs and a science of the
Lazy masters, the laziness of hearts.
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