Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
Love carries strength upon the spring of strength,
In motion, this surrender worked length.
A bird appals my soul of stronger cells,
Fresh stings commence like thoughts of steel and hells.
Love mans the soul of craziness like apes,
The angels of this time are not those shapes.
Lands offered to that prize are angry now,
May our dessert be lifted up - allow!
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