Naveed Akram

Gold Star - 28,524 Points (15 December 1973 / London, England)

Naveed Akram Poems

1481. Should We Do? 1/2/2010
1482. Wealth And Food 1/2/2010
1483. Deathliest 1/2/2010
1484. Meditating 1/3/2010
1485. Your Skill 1/4/2010
1486. Infinite Cooking 1/4/2010
1487. Seconds Of Contentment 1/5/2010
1488. Blind Eye 1/5/2010
1489. Theft 1/5/2010
1490. Speedy Car 1/5/2010
1491. This Whole Life 1/5/2010
1492. Animal Of Desire 1/6/2010
1493. Doubtful Religion 1/6/2010
1494. Icebergs 1/6/2010
1495. Bad Bird 1/7/2010
1496. Days Old 12/22/2009
1497. To Dine 12/22/2009
1498. A Man And A Woman Cry 12/22/2009
1499. June And July 12/22/2009
1500. Good Deeds 12/23/2009
1501. Dark Light 1/7/2010
1502. Seen Him? 1/8/2010
1503. The Problem 1/10/2010
1504. Inside Us 1/11/2010
1505. Ghostly Plateau 1/11/2010
1506. Actions And Acts 1/15/2010
1507. Kings Of Slavery 1/15/2010
1508. Killing And Leading 1/17/2010
1509. Earth And Rubble 1/17/2010
1510. Forever Feeling 1/18/2010
1511. Loved 1/18/2010
1512. My Country 1/19/2010
1513. My Response To It 1/19/2010
1514. Floating Clouds 1/20/2010
1515. In The Middle Of Crime 1/22/2010
1516. Successful Mind 1/24/2010
1517. My Actions Speak 1/25/2010
1518. Lonely 1/26/2010
1519. Never Pain 1/26/2010
1520. Wounded Dragon 1/26/2010

Comments about Naveed Akram

  • Kaitlyn McKenna (1/16/2008 7:00:00 PM)

    Naveed is a free human. Free to believe, Free to fight, Free to want, free to need.

    Way to go Naveed!

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Best Poem of Naveed Akram

To Slay

To slump and slay shall be the decision,
To get the rest needs rest itself, as the basket
Is carried by the limped workers.
Sleep pokes at you from the higher reaches,
Positions of splendour exist for those who wait
And persevere like the bison and cattle of that nation.

It rests on a premise, and it rests on splendour,
For hearts may conquer the beloved,
He revolves around a circle
And the circle revolves around him,
Holding a foot with a hand
And a hand made useful feet.

Read the full of To Slay

Creation

I am suited to innocence as much as whiteness,
And the dark skies witness behaved-ones.
Looking in my direction the sunly objects fit my eye,
Once ago I say.

Too much is known and forgiven of late,
Late work is made of love fortunately on a saying
That indicated the holiness of mine:
To see God and be a part of it.

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