Bribe Takers Poem by Chan Mongol

Bribe Takers



BRIBE TAKERS
Poem by Chan Mongol
May 12 of 2022

OffIcials of Governments ask for bribes or tips;

Such was called sometimes ago as famous BAKSISH.

Beggars beg around mosques or in open streets;

They got more dignity than bribe taker employees.

Ten cents of a dollar is seeked by a street beggar;

Tens of thousands of dollars are taken by a bribe taker.

In offices of the land department in bangladesh;

Changing nights to days thus, weaker links are preys.

Head guys got easy access to become millionaires;

Everybody gets own bite without troubles or fears.

Bribe takers are religious and attend in the Friday prayer;

They spend few cents for beggars to go to heavens, later.

They are hypocrites with the religion without having bars;

They are crooks and alter sermons in various attires.

I spend times and work hard to display pictures;

Like my words or not, end of the day you are sufferers.

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Chan Mongol

East Bengal (Bangladesh)
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