Tense Subjects - Poem by Naveed Akram
Tense subjects ban us outright,
Righteous men and women confide
In the biblical literature,
Yet books of wisdom shun us
As we speak, stolen are the dreams.
One dealing is another man's craft,
Dreams come in handy,
Headless men confront you,
Hearts are torn out vividly.
And so these tense periods
Open the office of terror.
One is a crisis over the terrain,
Opening the other gates like ice
Erupting from the North Pole.
The ice is especially for you,
Drive already and blame the crafty
Men for their dealings,
Many waters are underneath the feet.
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