mamutty CHOLA


Equal Opportunity Yes But Not Equality - Poem by mamutty CHOLA

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY YES BUT NOT EQUALITY

It is impossible to guarantee equality to all in any human society
Reason even nature does not recognise equality among its creation

The aged old slogan that equality is our birth right is wrong
Nature's creations despite under the same sky are unequal

What is required is every one must get equal opportunity to excel
Life does recognise deserving one and not needy one

Whenever there is denial of equal opportunity issue of discrimination arises
Thenonly people demand equal opportunity as a matter of right

Equal opportunity is every one's birth right under all democratic systems
Provided the person demanding equal opportunity is deserving on merits

Law is responsible for everyone's right to equal opportunity and not equality
There is no law under the sky which can guarantees equality to all citizens

When there is no equality under the nature; for four fingers are not equal
How could it be possible to guarantee equality to all in human society

Historically certain movements like communism in society were based on this fallacy
It was fraud on humanity perpetuated by political leaders for their hidden agenda! !

Topic(s) of this poem: epic

Form: Epic


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 26, 2018



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