Godlier - Poem by Naveed Akram
Godliness may touch the inner ways,
Goblins do not destroy each other because of this,
Oysters that open are also from God,
Openers of these are mere mortals, merely human,
Who eat from their slavery to God,
And the souls of the dead are counted by the angels above,
Just so that heaven is imbibed from above,
Living like a couch, liking each other.
So godly is this person who lives in paradise
That his joiner commits a decency to enjoy him,
Like a good ghost, as a man opposed to the devil.
He is similarly like the joiner of bonds and lived he.
He has no sin, so be him, and connect him to the one above.
Godliness has met us in the right way,
And I have enjoyed it as much as the blood of the strange.
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