Freshman - 765 Points (December.1955 / India)

Anna Hazare

A ctivist of Anti-corruption movement
N apped the people's bill into parliament,
N o force could tremble your aim
A n uninterrupted march to achieve the same.

H ave great task undertaken
A longwith team, with firm determination,
Z eal, enthusiasm and dedication
A nd evoked people, to eradicate corruption.
R eturn back is not in your dictionery
E liminating corruption is aim primary

Followed the philosphy of Gandhian
Captured hearts of millions Indians.
Follwed route of nonviolence and fast
Surely to win the battle at last,

People's strength, your commitment,
Cofidence, sacrifice and determination
Bound to accomplish the success in
Mission of motion to eradicate corruption.

You have assigned to weave a net
To trap the weavers themselves.

(c) S.D. Tiwari

Submitted: Saturday, August 27, 2011
Edited: Friday, September 16, 2011

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