A Marriage On Earth - Poem by Naveed Akram
A sphere was once a planet,
Then it turned into a world,
This majestic world was made flesh
To reside on it. On this love
Was another love.
A man came to ask of water and food,
He was fed, and he drank his fill,
For the bellies ache if thirst is an issue.
May luck benefit and promise those
Who are in love with peace.
The love of a woman was about,
From a man of great strength,
His loves were numerous,
But he never hated the planet
Or his own wife.
For love really is on this Earth,
To forgive I sleep at night
And not in the day, for light is great
And the Sun still shines
Whenever there is marriage for two.
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