Mazid S Kazi , INDIA

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The rich people always think that they are highly superiors


The rich people always think that they are highly superiors
They run after money in the way of selfishness and greediness,
And they neglect the poor people as the poors are lowly inferiors,
They are tempted by this worldly temporary money and property,
They have forgotten the real life that is the life after the death,
As a market astrologer a rich man predicts that 'it is a real life,
One day the angel of the death comes and pulls his soul and breath,
Then he knows his real life and property for nothing excep grave yard,
Rich men fear the poor men as the poor men may ask them money,
But the poor men are proud of their prestige and honour,
Wants of the poor men are limited and for them a bread is a honey,
However rich men earn money and can't think of their dishonour,
We all are the beggars of GOD and GOD is the rich for all,
Grave yard is the kingdom of GOD in which death is a fall.

Submitted: Saturday, May 01, 2010
Edited: Friday, June 18, 2010

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