The Glory - Poem by Naveed Akram
Fade into the sky for glory,
Understand me as I speak to the land;
Heaven shudders as Hell encompasses
The globe. From the evil
I have sought protection.
The Earth surpasses the beauty of man,
A gain happens to his soul,
But then the world is devout to him,
And he to it, like a man of the presents,
A man who is not interested in the Occult.
His glory shall be near to him,
Nearing him will be the death of the soul;
White garments are worn to adorn the body,
Honey is ingested, as a consequence.
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