Fate Of Parents Poem by Chan Mongol

Fate Of Parents



FATE OF PARENTS
Poet Chan Mongol
October 3 of 2019


You give the life, give birth or breed
Every minute you give as they need
Then, they get wings to fly away
To attach them with you, there is no way.

They belong to parents as long as they are minors
But dump parents when thinking them superiors
The phantom god you taught, they continue to pray
They pray every day but your images go away.

Some religions taught not to kneel down
Emphasize, parents shouldn't get the crown
It's hard in their old ages everyday
And own flesh and blood everyday betray.

Many people cry and suffer worldwide
Bringing children was not for them pride
Sex and making babies are sinful acts here
As, parents suffer also in governmental power.

Parents are sex machines to make children in fun
And parents get punishments for what they had done
Whom to blame? Own children as ill production
Or, the life and its mysterious complication!

No privilege, no specialty for a human
All beings nurse and nourish for children
The tendency to leave parent is found with all
No value and respect for a human parental!

Birds are born and grow up to fly
To fly where they like in the airy sky
Anguish, sentiment, love and emotion have no value
Don't expect and nothing for you is due in the queue.

Thursday, October 3, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: emotion,life,parents
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Chan Mongol

East Bengal (Bangladesh)
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