Love Enters The Heart - Poem by Naveed Akram
Drunkenness conflicts with nothing,
For those who took whiskey have the key;
The lovable people of this world
Carry words that inspire a sense of laws
And magnificent capability.
Drain your wine cup so as to inhale
The air of hurtful love,
The very love tainted by too much love.
These beings are either sincere
Or fairer in their characteristics:
For they are not traitors.
Drunk are all those in ruin,
Understanding their dispute is seldom.
Love enters the heart for its consumption,
The eaters of sin abide in the eternal spin,
In this we have insight, in this we are intelligent.
They, the professors of taste, say when their tongues
When they state their aims of loveliness,
The angels of the heavens shall bless them.
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