mehak chawla

If God Does Not Differentiate Then Why Do People Do?

if god does not differentiate then why do people do?
god has given everything which people require..
but still people are busy in bitching about everyone,
and some are spoiling other's life like a fire..

people won't understand anyone's emotions,
as they are busy in creating commotions..

people can't love anybody,
as they don't want to share anything with anybody..

people want their motive to fulfilled,
whether in a right way or by creating filth..

people will be selfish and selfish forever,
as they don't want to live together..

people are far away from god,
as they don't follow the rules of my lord..

god has created this life to love everyone unconditionally,
but people are living here irrationally..

Submitted: Thursday, April 10, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 11, 2014

Topic of this poem: love

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