Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
Gallant remarks will suffer in front of mortals,
They object to the prize offered in the aisles.
Inside, a record has been achieved, of gravity,
To tear the flesh and love, the livers maniacally.
Brave dozens of soldiers stamp their feet,
With an objection from up above to beat;
Too ludicrous a complaint has been stated,
To fuel a dozen soldiers of mania dominated.
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