School On Fire - Poem by Naveed Akram
Caught in a fire we stray and commit blasphemy,
Lulled by the flames, a man is always in a sin.
The Hereafter must be dying away like a rind of cheese,
Opening a future closely and certainly, for the peace.
War is on fire, war is a believing unit of action by men,
There is fighting, there occupies a community,
Fulfilling demands of a sport that spreads innocence.
Jostling crowds of natural birth are extinguished
Just like the flames so violent, so heavier than Hell.
Our path is strange today, inventing a school
From scraps and then inventing a school of God.
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