Questions About A Fairy - Poem by Naveed Akram
I shake from the heavens as I glance at the teeth
Of a fair man, his face is like the brightest blue.
I see a fairy in the midst of the marketplace,
It is a strange human of inquisitive state of mind.
It questions and questions the knowledge of the
Merchants, feeling each honest lesson for the ideas.
It returns to the home of heavy nature,
Where it creates a treasure of the oddest sort.
I shake from all that is good, I find the wielding weapon
To slay a frank fairy, but the verses are enough.
To see the other route is to worship the light,
And I retract eternally from this creation of the crescent.
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