Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
The Prayer Tonight
The membership allures yourself tonight,
Once women deem the night with life and death,
Life enters sometimes, forwards so finite,
Oaths break their bonds to be this commonwealth.
In certain times we play and learn like juice,
I see these couches filling me and him,
To see is being one and all, abuse
The whims so great and won like that one hymn.
A prayer says, a prayer fares so right,
Like beauty old, live in those homes that tell,
Live in them right to feed some who backbite,
To lick the page will seem a right hotel.
One size is one of those who seize the sight,
Small people learn to just overexcite.
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