Abdul Wahab


>>>>Where disagreement is an offence


No wise man is recognized in a market place
Here bought and sold only universal follies
Uniqueness is disregarded and an offence is taken
When you talk about things with different attitude

Disagreement is condemnation of what they believe
And turn their faces long, in heart bear a grudge
So a cleaver man avoids them and keeps silence
If he has to share his rare thoughts, he shares with few

Common man loves common talks and ways
Throw them pearls, under their feet they will trample
No matter how serious you and your words are
First they underestimate, next they blow them out

Submitted: Saturday, December 07, 2013

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  • Freshman - 2,467 Points Wahab Abdul (12/8/2013 12:54:00 AM)

    Comments on your poem ''Where disagreement is an offence''
    Commented on 12/7/2013 6: 00: 00 PM by Peter Duggan

    A wonderful read. most just want to speak trivia, and anything to deep is too much for their poor heads. Sometimes I really love to rock the boat though, How about you. Enjoyed the read...peter (Report) Reply

  • Freshman - 2,467 Points Wahab Abdul (12/8/2013 12:53:00 AM)

    Comments on your poem ''Where disagreement is an offence''
    Commented on 12/7/2013 3: 05: 00 PM by nette onclaud

    what a show or power and bargaining.. fantastic read! ...huggs (Report) Reply

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