The Qwl's Plight Poem by Rohan Bendre

The Qwl's Plight

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Greetings Everybody As I Wish a Warm Welcome
To Come to my Help I Request your Presence in Huge Sum.
For My Plight in Utmost Danger
How Come to my plight You have turned a stranger.
What a Horrific Sight has been Witnessed? .
But still Why have you choosed not to participate? .
Against the Cruel Offenders Stand in One
How Come Torturing Animals in the name of Science Can be Fun? .
When my place will have been Substituted by a Human.
Then Justice Will be Even.
For the Pain Endured by me Needs Realization.
Wasn't I Forced to Endure pain? .
For the Sight Such Brutal
At the Quickest what urges your presence Such vital.
Assemble in Numbers and Strenghten the Provisions for my Security.
Then Justice will prevail in the Visibility.
When at the Quickest anticipation people will have choosen to strive for searching a secured
Destination.
Then Justice will be prevalent in vision.
For my Case Evident is the pain endured
In vision when by a critical stand People will have choosen
Then Won't justice will have been Achieved at the Quickest Anticipation.


PARTICIPATE ACTIVELY AGAINST THE PEOPLE RESPONSIBLE FOR TORTURING AN
OWL IN THE NAME OF SCIENCE BY BREAKING OWL'S SKULL AND INSERTING
ELECTRODES AT JOHN HOPKINS UNIVERSITY BALTIMORE USA.

Monday, November 5, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: animals,justice
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Anil Kumar Panda 13 November 2018

This is really pathetic. Torturing animals for experiments. they are innocent and can't retaliate. We should join hands to work against cruelty to animals. A nice poem indeed. My support for the just cause.10++++

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Mahtab Bangalee 05 November 2018

excellent and brilliantly written - Then Justice will prevail in the Visibility. When at the Quickest anticipation people will have choosen to strive for searching a secured Destination. Then Justice will be prevalent in vision. /// great

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Rohan Bendre 05 November 2018

sorry i apologize it's owl's plight

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