Guide Me In My Sleep - Poem by Naveed Akram
A guidance for you has slept,
This is the sleep of a thousand years,
About which there is no pitch of darkness
But a ray of shining light.
Above the sky resounds in the heavens,
Below is a maze of my dream's design.
Guide me! Guide me through my maze,
Perhaps the people who believe in me
Shall live forever, in peace and prayer.
I have slept a most loved period of the zone,
Which is a region of real happy ease,
And that is acceptable to those knowing little
Guide me to the beliefs of my forefathers,
To awaken the spirits of sitting selfish beings,
A mate is according to the senses.
I see one friend in chivalry, a red skinned failure,
Looking into the eyes of mine.
So the thunder batters us with fury, fast and fellow,
To be resented by the living light of sight.
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