Naveed Akram

Silver Star - 3,449 Points (15 December 1973 / London, England)

View The Dragon


View the powerful dragons of this century,
Find their names and view the common logic,
Chew the warehouse with its smoke and abbey.

With computers define the current times abnormally,
Fence in the animals too good and heroic,
View the powerful dragons of this century.

May winter complete nothing of itself as an absentee,
Religion carries the videos and classics heraldic,
Chew the warehouse with its smoke and abbey.

My terms of the moon are foods from absurdity,
Keeping individuals of theology who are heretic,
View the powerful dragons of this century.

Zoology states classes and categories that are lively,
Horns sound on the way to what is hectic,
Chew the warehouse with its smoke and abbey.

My decision guesses as thawing carries on limitlessly,
This day we mar the region of skin that is ironic,
View the powerful dragons of this century,
Chew the warehouse with its smoke and abbey.

Submitted: Wednesday, October 26, 2011

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