Naveed Akram (15 December 1973 / London, England)
Great minds dissolve in losses,
The meaning for the formality is clear,
For great minds cause the debate of wares
That destroy their famine and fear.
Minds have decided the lesson of love,
Loves are against the hates so sorry for going,
Then the goers of the century live
Harder than their families.
The future is a possession of the self,
Feelings have an atom of good and love,
Then the future absolves you,
Littler is the pen that smokes a dream.
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