Naveed Akram

Gold Star - 20,708 Points (15 December 1973 / London, England)

Naveed Akram Poems

5361. Leadership 8/8/2010
5362. Greedy Men 8/30/2010
5363. Never War 9/9/2010
5364. Two Paths 11/25/2010
5365. I See A Man 12/29/2010
5366. Let The Baby Cry 10/26/2010
5367. Our Thatched House 5/5/2011
5368. Blind Horses 4/21/2011
5369. The Great Oak 7/12/2011
5370. Dear Birds And Animals 8/3/2011
5371. Ill Mothers 9/26/2011
5372. Haiku On General Pain 8/22/2007
5373. Remind Me 10/18/2011
5374. My Hope Is Dashed 10/27/2011
5375. Star Maps 11/23/2011
5376. My Other Days 11/16/2012
5377. A Different Day 4/13/2013
5378. Brave Soul 7/9/2013
5379. This Endless War 1/8/2013
5380. Roaring Mass 11/14/2013
5381. Footwear 12/4/2013
5382. Holiday 4/1/2014
5383. Glaring Eyes 6/8/2014
5384. Twins Of Death 6/25/2014
5385. Silver Ring 9/21/2013
5386. House Or My House 8/23/2014
5387. Religion's Devils 10/21/2014
5388. One Desert For One Deserter 12/4/2014
5389. Smoke And Fire 12/10/2014
5390. Viridescent 12/23/2014
5391. Massive 2/14/2015
5392. Shepherd And You 3/5/2015
5393. Mother-City 3/5/2015
5394. Dangerous Men 3/9/2015
5395. Mad Wells 3/15/2015
5396. Highlights Of An Obedient Soldier 2/4/2015
5397. Actress Across The Waters 1/25/2015
5398. The Tribal Leader 12/26/2013
5399. Faithful Servant 6/18/2014
5400. To Love This Life 2/26/2014
Best Poem of Naveed Akram

For Every Storm

For every storm there is a room
And find the palace now,
From deserts are a tomb and gloom,
Where clothes must just allow.

The clothing kisses us on cheek,
When effort made us worse,
The cloth we wear is rather chic,
And worry is a curse.

The storm shall grow at all the speed
That problems make us mad,
You did not follow, or then bleed
As madness is your dad.

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Computer Mania

Deliberate is the action that I pronounce,
On the minute, of all the hours, that laugh away.
So strong is my business contending the books,
Content in the knowledge of sentinels.

Your living is praising nobody but you,
It is an affair of compartments like rooms and boxes,
I loved all such fair thinking.

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