Faruzan Anwar

(26.November.1994 / Pakistan)

Help


Help! I need help from one who is true
True to his spirit, true to what is due
True to his honor, his heart and his name
True to his courage, which no worry can tame
Help do I need, and for what purpose you say?
To convince me to live another dragging day!
To persuade that virtues are virtues still
And have not been 'be-spattered' by the ever turning mill
The mill of vice, the mill of 'modernization'
That has endorsed the entire human population...

Submitted: Wednesday, October 28, 2009
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  • Ejaz Khan (10/28/2009 9:27:00 AM)

    O dear friend, this kind of help is not available at present but keep the light of hope burning!
    A good write! (Report) Reply

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