vijay gupta

Bronze Star - 2,219 Points (5-5-1950 / meerut, india)

My Grief - Poem by vijay gupta

Power is playing a vital role in the society since the birth of mankind.
I am hurt by seeing this phenomena.
Men is suppressing his wife & children’s while he may be wrong.
Big nations are dictating poor countries in a wrong manner.
When one exploits other, I felt hurt by seeing this.
One uses muscular power against weaker person that grows grief in me.
We are living in modern age,
But men is not civilized yet now.
The laws of jungles are still prevailing in the society.
Men want to overcome others.
He want to fulfill his desires, which may be right or wrong,
this criteria is of no meant for him.
He want more & more money by hook & crook.
He is ready to break any low or any interest of the society.
How can we say such persons?
“The civilized persons.”
Men want to win others.
I am not under standing why such animals
Instinct are prevailing in men’s behavior.
Wars broke up in the society but in result
no body gets anything except ruins everywhere.
literary peoples always cries against such vulgar
and cruel instincts from the beginning of mankind.
But few peoples hears them.
Results are clear.
The pages of history are colored by the blood of mankind.
The slogans of peace brotherhood and non-violence is in air.
Please try to bring them in men’s behavior.
So we can proud on our human world.
Vijay Kumar Gupta

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  • Abdulrazak Aralimatti (7/2/2015 11:17:00 AM)

    Truly said, your grief is a grief indeed. Man's instincts thr' the ages have brought unrest in the world. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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