Treasure Island

Pranab K. Chakraborty

(West Bengal)

Prime Truth - 68


Pranab k c
24/07/2014

law is not commodity
but law dealing professionals
who supplies lawful support
to civilians

when professional are commodity
different quality of products
comparing with other commodities
available in market

and as a result
capable of purchasing
better quality
naturally enjoying awards
favor of them
in exchange of more money
while economically backward
can't purchase the better and best

murderer, rapist or criminal
well identified but freely outside
committing their daily task
as usual
well-paid better assistance of law
backing their masculine profile
to keep it untouched
while common of less money
no money
parasite in social structure
getting life-imprisonment
snatching them to uproot existence
quiet many times without offence
committed by the particular!

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014

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