Forbearance - Poem by Naveed Akram
Disregard his forbearance for this is a young female,
The majority belonged to the teaching community;
My colonels accepted the suppositions so differing,
My bigotry half-bred, I pursued eagerly the flight.
The war eventually craved for more hostility,
Lead and iron spread their boundaries forever;
An ordinary glance generally disagreed
For the military was the military when in doubt.
The education spent its kinghood when alive,
A cold shoulder was this rejected thought
From the living and eternal, the one who proudly
Condemned the answers to the questions of war.
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