Nash Thomas

(30-10-1979 / Kadammanitta)

Elimination Vs Education


I see an education system,
An education system, an elimination system,
Mainly for a few,
Designed by worldly wise,
For safeguarding their children,
By eliminating millions and millions,
Still, we call it as an education,
Proving benefit only for a few,
How can be labelled as an education? ,
Better to call it elimination,
It’s the apt word for the same.
If it's to be labelled as education,
One need transform from alpha to omega,
All seekers, will get knowledge,
Knowledge, as desired,
Never seen such things happening,
We, the youth must redesign;
Root out the outdated elimination system of the world,
Must redesign the education system of the world,
Bringing light to society and the world.

Submitted: Thursday, July 04, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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