In Which Country We Do Live?
Day or night
when are they safe?
The devils don't need
light or darkness, to rape.
The government binds blind-fold as if
nothing happened to hate,
Or, the girl who is raped,
is responsible for her fate!
A guy bullies a woman,
her tender mind protests.
The other people enjoy,
indifferent remains the rest.
In which country we do live,
where to protect them,
women got to take the guise,
live without entity at their home,
what do you think all guys?
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