Massive - Poem by Naveed Akram
In each of us a vanished light exists,
Such chemistry tempers the steel called the body.
The best of the physics is afraid of a companion,
And so mathematical bodies of light annex
By the morning and awaken the enlightened few.
These all reassemble translated to light and darkness,
The unfolding is afraid of these happenings,
This being to the godlike entities is spared of all,
The light is taken from the darkness,
The best of all there is to assemble dies away.
The surfacing brain is accustomed to reports
Of blindness in this estranged universe,
The vanished light within resounds in the galaxies,
Like the future whorls of a day that defies,
And who will define further the destinies of masses?
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