Postulate - Poem by Naveed Akram
Do not perceive the differences of youth and old age,
Keep apart the deceitful from the honest population.
This demands you postulate a doom for the losers,
Falling into your chair, keep honest helpers.
Life’s beginnings made news, it straightened the path to logic,
May we enter a new condemnation in the memory banks, for the example.
This swears an awkward age, swooning like birds of flight,
Babyhood created prideful, jubilant belongings
To be corrected when it was thought necessary.
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