Two Soldiers - Poem by Naveed Akram
Two soldiers have nearly died fighting with heavenly
Swords, their names entwined, necks bruised, legs shamed,
So blessed are their bodies once chewed by the earth.
Two rocks fight a subject of strength, the rocks cannot
Talk their loudest, but they are kings in some jealousy,
That pain is the result of their misdeeds, the misdeed.
Two brains are plotting to capture their captors,
The bodies are twice resolved, their souls have pristine
Glory, but where is the fight? When do they trust the light?
Two houses of the country delight in the fires of heaven,
A solution is about, a problem has been solved by two men,
Being in the world’s glory, being an event of some revolution.
Two wars are fought and bought by the lightning and thunder,
Twins of the whole explosion; training is about, trains are white,
With black steel and grey light, a solution is going to be right.
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