Be Jewels - Poem by Naveed Akram
To give a strong jewel to a man who gives
Is descriptive of a man who is wealthy
Beyond beliefs, a system of jewels can craze.
The modern age gives and forgives,
But they are driven to cowardice
Since games of gold strike hard at them.
Remember the age at which you whispered
The words so ruling, and remember them well.
For your family asks for gold and treasures
Like paper and food, jewels and rings.
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