Sambidhan Acharya

Rookie (1986-12-21 / Kathmandu, Nepal)

What Would I Do Living In This World? - Poem by Sambidhan Acharya

Flattering tongue, greasy speeches,
Showy life, running after wealth,
Fading one’s quality, following what other’s do,
What would I do living in this world?

No one cares of one’s essence,
Only money speaks here,
Words of heart can only be graved in books,
What would I do living in this world?

Gold, diamond, platinum,
Everyone runs after them.
Cars, dollars, luxury,
Everyone hunts for them.
Playing cards, drinking and using oily language,
Everyone says its enjoyment.
Love, care, affection now is only hearable feelings,
Practice is done for materialistic wants.
What would I do living in this world?

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 23, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 9, 2010


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