Outspoken - Poem by Naveed Akram
It may be an outspoken act to achieve what you desire,
But the electric impulses in the brain seek justice
For they make you behave with people and their acts.
The sight of trouble causes another man to speak out
For himself, like an engineer of distinction.
The heard variety of conversation is too beleaguering
As opposed to passive talking, but what is the better option?
My words are expressed according to my activities
Whereas you congratulate me to your tastes alone.
The acts to argue are those speeches made in the head,
Then the perseverance of our times is sufficient.
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