maqsood hasni

(june 1,1951 / kasur, pakistan)

CUPS AND LUMPS


CUPS AND LUMPS

The cup which hasn't tea
Lips never touch its brim
It's true
The blind know nothing about lights
The wise don't think or do wrong
But a mental sometimes
Do or think right
From thousands of years
gods of the temples have been doing nothing
But listening a lot
Where there is no tea or lights
Why the great people says:
Come to us come to us
We have tea and lights,
But cups and lumps
Maybe your own

Submitted: Sunday, July 13, 2014

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