To the well wishers of society
Sanctity be never blurred by mere devil-
The azure sky of the society vitiated by
Some monstrously large sheatfishes in white dye
In solitary, unfrequented place; under the veil.
A steadfast, stern noble intention is needed
To uproot their domain with root from society
Where they live their lives extraordinary, taking deity.
An acute judgement is preferable than comfortable bed.
One dishonest person defiles another one, as same
As one rotted apple, among apples, damages the rest.
So, our outlook should be changed to distinguish the best
Or, to identify excellences born out of womb of a dame.
An unprecedented procedure, indeed, needed to revive
Our many-folded society from the ashes of decline.
Every one should be obliged to perform the fine
Or, choose the best; hence, the society must thrive.
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