Across The Waters - Poem by Naveed Akram
Across the waters I have come,
A soothing song gathers its loss;
The birds release a note of charm,
Holding in their passion with wings.
From the dark chambers of the cave,
My energy never loses, wanting magic
As the partner, as the scholarship,
Feelings are moveable now.
I watch a couple of hummingbirds,
Singing their melody with Nature all around;
I can discover the threads of despair
And here there is no stupor or laziness.
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