Naveed Akram

(15 December 1973 / London, England)

Plans From The Heavens


Reading the heavens creates my earthly home,
Renting the house is full of the mansions of the day
And night, light and dark, white and black.
The visible rays of the star above collapse
And after colliding with the odours of society
The molecules freeze and melt at the same time.
Reading the heavens creates disorder to correct
And defy, to disconnect the order of events
Is mere dizziness, the overall effect
Most loved and sacred.

They are scared of inhabitants on this planet,
Searing heat elapses on the days that darted,
Cold weather encases the golden globe
Fixing its stare at the ideal circumstances.
The eyes fixate and cherish the lonely world
Of a dozen days and nights that are prolonged.
Let the readers or stargazers be amazed
At the brilliance so concocted by that that created
For the benefit of the whole plan,
A plan that has been mastered by the primordial.

Submitted: Thursday, June 27, 2013
Edited: Friday, June 28, 2013
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