Naveed Saraf

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Past The Sun's Rosy Cheeks

As I walk past the sun's rosy cheeks,
And leave behind its realms,
Amongst the narrow paths,
'tween the torn nests:
Must I be naked by the hands,
'fore the nails had glean'd the swelling crust;
Must I be melted by the skin,
Broken at the joints,
Orphaned at the voice;
Must I be tied to the brougham,
that owns a dead horse
on the bearded road;
Must I, whilst the hanged neck survive,
pine and surfeit;
As I walk past the sun's rosy cheeks,
Must I untie the sweated hands;
Must I let the cracks loose,
Skin swell and the blood ...

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