hasmukh amathalal

(17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Wars and less education


The Arabs were not primitive and uneducated
Though education were limited
Suffered dominance under foreign rule and monarchy
Invaluable contribution to scholars and science without anarchy

Their suffering not yet over
For centuries catered the whole world and still
Facing the biggest onslaught and massive kill
No power on earth can weaken heir will

Let us praise and give them their legitimate due
World must open eyes and have sympathetic review
We have lot more to contribute for world cause and peace
Let them find heir own home and live at ease

Arabs have given a lot to world
They are facing complete heat and completely sold
No one lands ear to their plight and cause
Always at war without observing pause

They have been always crushed for international accommodation
Nothing is offered except wars and less education
They are kept under toe with threatening postures
Someone else is deciding their fate and future

World may not realize their plight
No one may grant their basic rights
Armies may march at will and kill innocents
Hardly something may be heard with comments

World may have to think afresh
There has to respect for their wishes
No nation can be put to shame
It is of no use later on to blame

Submitted: Saturday, March 26, 2011
Edited: Saturday, March 26, 2011

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