Sarmad Hassan


Profanity-1 - Poem by Sarmad Hassan

Got to leave, now can't remain
lifelong grief, lifelong pain
the world has turned, its turned profane.

where mother's love seems so altered
saint's sanctity also altered
fools running to get martyred.

the world has turned, its turned profane

man's wounds covered in rags
brains turned into empty bags
but when to weep they put some gags.

the world has turned, its turned profane

nudity is now legalized
modesty, depopularized
satanity, revitalized!

the world has turned, its turned profane

humanity freed from strings of morality
introduced to the ways of vulgarity
men, no longer known for veracity.

the world has turned, its turned profane

spending years in search of penance
can't live with all the Devil's menace
cursed by his evil presence!

the world has turned it's turned profane

why are faithful desolate?
there existence, like a bait.
what to do of there poor state?

the world has turned, its turned profane

are good and evil on a par?
is right and wrong on a par?
still, our destination very far?

the world has turned, its turned profane

while people driving fancy cars
science finding life on Mars
few are comforting man's scars.

the world has turned, its turned profane

beggar's famished weary eye
hopeless, under a single sky
conscience is an old cry!

the world has turned, its turned profane

children weeping from famine
people drinking carefree wine
The hour finally, with its sign!
.......


Comments about Profanity-1 by Sarmad Hassan

There is no comment submitted by members..



Read this poem in other languages

This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.

I would like to translate this poem »

word flags

What do you think this poem is about?



Poem Submitted: Friday, August 10, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, August 10, 2012


[Report Error]