Rohan Bendre

Gold Star - 5,158 Points (25 december 1983 / dombivali)

Ban The Sport - Poem by Rohan Bendre

A BloodSport is about to Begin.
Countless of people will gather to watch the Scene.
What adds to anger is they will enjoy the sin.
Never will people bother to take Action.
They will give excuse of Selection.
After the Sport They will Felicitate the Stars.
But isn't it Funny people forgot the Scars.
Amusement is the word for this People.
But what about the Health of th poor bulls who are as good as crippled.
All you need is a query full of tension.
Whether the Bulls enjoy is the Queistion.
How can Enjoying Pain be Amusement's Connection.
Human have Rights in Play.
What they do is nothing but a Perfect Crime.
So does the Animal has right to Enjoy.
Creulty is what the Game teaches people.
What will play an Active Part is Substituition.
Your thinking will be out of your imagination.
Imagine a Mighty Man pulling a Poor Man.
There comes your Guess it has everything but lacks equality of Power.
Doesn't making Bulls Angry by dragging them on ground makes you down with Shame.
Not only the competitor but also the spectator is Guilty.
He who protects Animals is Mighty.
Entertaining from such games has to be a crime.
Stopping such Creulty is high time.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 10, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, June 10, 2013

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