Sleep - Poem by Naveed Akram
Must the sleep occupy us so long,
Or should we weep to wed our ease;
Noone must know unless sayings would run
Our friendship, and living is again, so peace is important.
Your ideas sail through the mind
That keeps a sort of sword in it.
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