Endogenous Disaffection - Poem by Kumarmani Mahakul
Endogenous disaffection brings a person excruciation,
Agonizing person in disgust never have conversation.
How does it come out from unfathomable heart?
How is it generated incessantly and how does it start?
Does it harm to person or influence to society?
Does it frighten people or does it fret fraternity?
One can easily say ‘yes’ freely to its answer,
Frolicsome life becomes fuehrer and lancer.
Deprive of desire forms disappointment and agony,
Suppression of imagination in childhood leads to tyranny.
Lack of liberty in offices creates mental stress,
Mishandle of officers loss employees guess.
Punishment of teachers or parents hinders heyday,
This creates frets, swindles and falsification in life fey.
Burden of learning and doing heavy task in tiny age,
Brings stress to children’s mind and ruins their craze.
From beginning children should be brought up properly,
They should play freely and exert themselves spontaneously.
Care should be given in nonviolence, truth and sympathy,
Tolerance, helpfulness erase disaffection and bring empathy.
Poet's Notes about The Poem
Endogenous – originating from within
Disaffection – discontent
Excruciation – acutely painful
Incessantly – continuously
Fret – be worried
Frolicsome – merry
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