But Why? - Poem by Naveed Akram
Decide the faith that crosses you,
That defines the faithful people,
And letters are popular from God;
Words are sorry and right,
Forever in talk, all the time.
Decisions must be made of a clear way,
A dealer is in the world who pleases one:
He is a prophet and worker,
But why do you listen,
When the penalties are so harsh?
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