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Samanyan Lakshminarayanan


FREEDOM TO VOTE


As a group
we did acheive
substantially with humanity
an independent nation
a sixty three years back
we where an independent nation
DEMOCRACY
was our path then
when did we start straying then
In a group
which up holds democracy
each individuals expression
by way of his vote
make him a responsible part of the group
we did start well
when did we start straying then
why have the common lost
their independence to express
why are they being bought in lots
how is it a democratic country
is being led by a dictator
'of 'by' and 'for' the people democracy
needs a freedom from politics

Submitted: Saturday, August 14, 2010

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