Child's Play - Poem by Radhika Karia
A child at heart, has a price to pay;
'Cos i only come out to play?
What i can see and you can see,
the worst is yet to be!
A man of mind, has no voice ahead;
'Cos he is making his meat and bread?
The bets are out, but the gut is strong,
We thus can't be proven wrong.
The strength of a woman, no glory she will get;
'Cos she wore her only singlet?
Test her right, till fire she spits,
Destroying whatever she hits!
He made the womb, of who he kills;
'Cos it knows no money or bills?
But oh my dear, the smile when it shines,
The heart does draw its lines.
The roar of the wild, is fearing the next sun;
'Cos they were just having some fun?
Man vs man, when it willl all end,
Some rules you just shouldn't bend.
The earth our soul, has a darkening awake;
'Cos it now knows how to quake?
Just empty it more and down we will go,
Nature fades out slow.
Yes, what i can see and you can see, The worst is yet to be.
What am i, but a child- if i can say,
Who just came out to play.
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