veeraiyah subbulakshmi

Uniformed Salary For The World Citizens... - Poem by veeraiyah subbulakshmi

The golden and silver sand is hot and merciless,
Where we mend the nets to go for the fish,
Sapphire sea mother is kind and generous,
The cut diamonds on her breasts make her sick.

Lapis lazuli in the middle of the sturdy tree trunk,
Breaks our axes and the shoulder to be the chunk,
Impurity in the middle of the natural and cultured pearls,
The beautiful and comfortable world is built dispersing the sweat.

Ruby is beautiful, the color of the pink rose and the heart,
Sometimes red, non iron deficient blood of the workforce,
The Homosexual corals unite under the spell of full moon,
In the dark rooms, negatives no more get developed.

Walking through hundreds of miles at a stretch,
Chattering of million mouths, not audible to pitch and reach,
Congregate to weep in circle, holding the arms as arch,
Gems not cultured or mined through wasteful empty talk.

The market driven economy, changes the prices of commodities,
The uniformed prices of the products from the upper world,
never think about the hardships of the labor of under world,
Let us hoist our flags in UN to raise our dignity and respect.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 26, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 26, 2013

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