My Cancellation - Poem by Naveed Akram
I cancel my debt to the school of law,
This I do by making a promise to my grandpa:
Reside in jail and spend a war
For those who sin and win what you are.
This debt I can cancel resides in my head,
And I want my jail and number, the bed.
We see the problems of law, and we see them then,
Yet what life does this law bring when it is again.
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