Honour Beggars. - Poem by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
He is a beggar who stands before you
With a bowl held out, throwing an eager look.
He might be a fake of those in the line.
You must drop a coin, with lack of proofs.
Thousands accused may escape conviction
But an innocent must not be convicted.
Let this rule apply to the beggars too.
Honour any beggar unless known a fake.
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