Uttam Biswas

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Let's Play The Game


Let's play the game,
Which to play,
We often feel ashame.
Let's play the game,
Which needs you and me,
In our way only love
I can see.
Let's play the game,
For which people
Put us on blame.
Unless we get
It ignite in our heart
A flame.
Let's play the game,
Which is the worlds
Most oldest sport,
That needs a bed
And no court,
So let's play the sport,
On the bed in the room
Feeling comfort.
Let's play the game
Which is joyous yet has danger,
That may fall victim to disease
From old to tender,
For which our life
Slowly subsides,
The disease
We call it as AIDS.
Lets play the game,
With protection and care,
If taken no germ
We will bare,
Let's make our body
Germfree and fair.
Let's play the game,
From which
The whole world sprout,
All creatures long for it
No doubt,
So let's play the sport,
With proud.

Submitted: Friday, June 24, 2011
Edited: Thursday, January 05, 2012
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