Is There An End - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal
Why gun yielding people succeed?
Why people look at with greed?
What makes people to think of wealth?
I fail to understand the concept of life and death
Why have we become materialistic?
When know fully well that nothing is static
The change may sweep over
Even life may loose its cover
Is there end to endless ambition?
Is there fairness in real relation?
Not a single field is left with selfish interest
We all view it as an apple’s reach with our best
It is alright up to certain extent
Let there be no critical comment
We know are weakest animal on earth
We shall not leave habit till last breath
I shall pray god to inject one thing
Let people wish for peace to bring
Let poor live with whatever they have
Let them have suffering but not with cruel misbehavior
Nobody may want to part with
Life is precious compared to wealth
It may change tomorrow
Let us wish it honestly and allow
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