The Grave - Poem by Naveed Akram
The career in the tomb is magnificent,
Hell has a chance, whilst heaven also is possible.
Take care! Be with calibre and be sharp,
As much as a knife that cuts deep and makes a wound.
May we condemn the blasphemers, and let them rot
After many years and centuries of so awkward torture.
A cadaver is sometimes blessed, but not often,
It may need reviving by the almighty angels,
Such as the death angels.
A grave shall swear it created joy for some,
And an attraction for many.
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