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Abdul Wahab


<<<<Tell me, Tell me


Oh! I should blame myself
For the forgetfulness that the world is getting polluted
Then where shall I get a heart,
A mind so pure so innocent
Like those of martyred children
So fresh so green
Like that of a leaf
Where shall I find
Untwisted logic and uncooked history
Untrudged by the steps of bias and prejudice
Untouched by crocked grip of human greed
Then where should I go
And meet men whose humanity yet not dead
Tell me, tell me, Oh! Mankind!

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Topic(s): humanity


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