Treasure Island

FAHMINA ARJUMAND MISHA


what else can be done


dont make poverty an excuse
god gave you mind you better make its use

no matter if you are born in the poverty's slum
while some are handicap, blind and dumb

its better to work hard and strive
and make education bone of your life

for studying makes you dignified
and helps your nation feel pride worldwide

as a good citizen select a right politician
who have perfection to lead your nation

let's remove poverty from our country
which compells a mother to sell her baby

prove yourself and show the world what you can be
inspite of being idle and blindly following your destiny

when there is a will there is a way
after every dark night there is bright sunny day

Submitted: Sunday, January 13, 2008
Edited: Sunday, January 13, 2008

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