Say Sorry - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal
Do we ever offer?
Anything to beggar
With smiling nature
Answer may be sure “no'
What do we teach to children?
Be kind to fellow human''
Give help if necessary
For each mistake 'Say sorry'
Such basic advice can create miracle
He or she can earn blessings from poor people
Who sit on roadside for food or shelter?
Suddenly someone comes with water to offer
You can imagine happiness on face
The beggar shall definitely express
With whatever blessings he has
As for whole day he was chased
Thank god, our children are not poisoned
With cast, creed or religion and misled
They are taught to be lenient and liberal
Specially to those who have only to struggle
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