Discrimination - Poem by Saheb Mohapatra
Man, 'Why are these names,
He, she, I, you, my, yours? '
'Why so vulgar adjectives,
Black, white, rich, penurious,
Deemed God's words,
But emanating enormous tears.
Man, learn from the dark night,
For it never discriminates,
Learn from a tree,
Who, to every lone man, blissfully sheds,
Learn from the mighty sun,
For it lights, leaving no path behind.
If partiality be immortal
And keep breeding here,
It shall ever cast its shadow on men's future.
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