gajanan mishra

Gold Star - 20,059 Points (3rd April 19sixty / Tikapali, Patnagarh, Balangir, Odisha, India now at Tapobana, Titilagarh, Odisha, India)

Hardly I


Hardly
Hardly I talked
Hardly I reached
I know public place
Is not for public
I know public office
Is not for public
Issues are useless
I know no issue framed
To settled dispute
I know nothing formality
Maintained and public looted
I know no mind applied
For public welfare
And they are voted.

Submitted: Monday, April 15, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 16, 2013

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No body is doing anything for the welfare of the public in spite of all the laws rules regulations that are meant for general welfare.

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