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Shivangi Shankar Poems
At first the world was colourful Filled with colours of my choice, People loved me and I loved them, There were no masks, there were no lies.
IDEAL VS. REAL
Dear Child! Do not snivel over trifles, Do not complain, do not cry It's just another broken toy,
Piggy's Mansion Plans
Piggy on the railway line picking up stones Down came the engine and broke Piggy’s bones ‘Ah! ’ said the Piggy, ‘that’s not fair! ’ ‘Oh! ’ said the engine driver, ‘I don’t care! ’
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At first the world was colourful
Filled with colours of my choice,
People loved me and I loved them,
There were no masks, there were no lies.
A little later I saw that the world
Was after-all black and white
There was me and the people I liked
And there were others that could never do right.
Further I saw the introduction of grey
A blend of good and bad
'Greys' were difficult to deal with
They made it difficult to decide.
Recently I discovered that there are greys of different shades
I wonder why such a complicated world was made,