Treasure Island

Naveed Akram

(15 December 1973 / London, England)

Lesson Of The Horizon


The town spoke a lesson of doubt on the roads
That led to ever-increasing circles, with a round shape;
The spherical worlds include in their tracts a sign
To guide the towns and cities to their final destination.

This sign is of signs, itself the murder carries nonsense,
Futures consider their role in the length of time,
For time spent its pounds on clothing and recipes
On the cooked odours, the cooking of centuries of food.

Outside of the region called my heart, the rest dismays
A resident so sauced in splendours of the right,
An engine of troubling casts aside those individual clouds of regret,
For to live inside the heat of the planet should cause no harm

To befall a man who causes the earth to be spoiled
Afterwards. This Earth sends sorts of little puzzles
Onto the brain then in trouble, due to anxiety,
The anxiety causes us to evaporate on the horizon.

Submitted: Sunday, June 17, 2012
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