Overwhelming Dresses - Poem by Naveed Akram
I sat quite still, like a beast at work
For the father began to suggest a work;
The dresses overwhelmed the mountain
Of lovers that overcame the loathers of heat.
See how we leave the birds and animals alone,
Watch how the meat has been ingested
And kept by the bellies to expound the pleasures.
The fortune is amazing me as well as everyone,
Strong are these lucky days, the days of fortune.
My work extends to the world of food,
The sort of holiday we came upon
When the leaving had been accomplished.
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