Treasure Island

Md. Asadullah

(11th july)

Elections 2014(ii)


Gullible people! , your condition
is deteriorating year after year.
Sometimes you live as refugees,
sometimes you live in fear.
But don't ever loose patience
, ballot is right, bullet is wrong.
Gandhi's constitution is timetested,
dependable and strong.
Violent protests, vandalism is
not the way, you must avoid, shun.
Blue buttons are triggers and
Electronic voting machines are guns.
You cannot destroy enemy as
ammunitions are scarce, not much.
Aim legs so that king can only
reach throne with the help of crutch.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 01, 2014

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Citizens of India don't have much choice as most of the politicians are corrupt, one should use their rights to eliminate social evils of poverty, injustice etc etc.

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