Naveed Akram

(15 December 1973 / London, England)

Megalomania


I believe I was hugely taller than mighty mountains,
My deeds outweighed the heavens and the earth
For their rights and wrongs of the former eras.
I believe my size was a maiden of sentiments,
The fathers of the kind were themselves kindness,
So aged and reputed due their size that seized the role.

A fantastic bridge was climbable by the thinkers of trumpets
That a penetrating investigation revealed biggest thoughts,
Maligning us with vigour too startling, too concrete.
The overly complimented mind felt memories of sorting
And acting, dreams were left on the stage to master
And to ascertain with interpretations and deductions.

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014

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