Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Protect the child rights all over the world
which is to be highlighted by the governments
As well as the organisations concerned
Children and their rights issues a major one
To tackled in its seriousness and importance
No loopholes to be made permissible to evade.
Children the world conventions says the right things
But in action the realities are contrary
At least in certain areas of the world
where they get ruined by the criminal negligence
in aptitude and arrogance of the opinion makers.
Vigilante groups must perform better terms
To protect the precious little ones
From abuse, slavery, child labor and exploitation
They deserves not sympathy but dedicated actions
To protect the rights stringent implementation
Of the prevailing rights and thoughtful measures.
Beware of the charities somewhere making errs
There must be a close watch on the performances
Where exploitation is a chance to spoil them
Surely Public conscience must there for child rights
In wars, and calamities there are sufficient chances
To make children extremely in abuses and cruelty
World forums and human conscience and their positives
Surely make a difference in such circumstances in protection
Make the world safe for the little ones to play
To study well and become useful citizens of the world
Where their experiences might be beautiful and pride.
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