ROCHISH MON

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WE TOO WILL HAVE KILLING


"Killing occurred" this was said
"When? " this was asked
"Very long ago" this was said
"How was it done? " this was asked
"By day to day deeds" this was said
"What was the motive? " this was asked
"Selfishness is the motive" this was said
"What was killed? " this was asked
"Humanity was killed" this was said
"Why is it being told now? " this was asked
"It is being announced for quite some time now
In order to draw the attention of all the people"
This was said
"What is to be done now? " this was asked
"Human brains should change
And must be rectified" this was said
"Will those things happen? " this was asked
"They should occur, if not,
We too will have killing"
This was said finally

Submitted: Saturday, June 28, 2014

Topic of this poem: society


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