mithilesh yadav

Gold Star - 8,287 Points (14-09-1985 / GORAKHPUR)

Vote Banker...... - Poem by mithilesh yadav

I gift you a laptop and some jobs without entrance exams,
I will feed you some food and can offer you some advance ……….
But U don't have right to show your love for your country……
You are not a jobless bachelor here…. I am owner of vote bank and you are just another number……

U will get a sound reservation, will fight for your well being and for your future……
Can allot you seats but will never let you seat with pride………..
U will never be able to come along, will never be able to show love for your country……
You are not a women here…. I am owner of vote bank and you are just another number……

U will get your food cheaper, your oil cheaper, and a free education ……
U will be protected by law and honoured with reservation…..
But will never be able to be pride of your work…. Will never ever be self dependent… will never be able to show love for your country…..
You are not a special category population here …. I am owner of vote bank and you are just another number……

You will be adorned with all jewels of languages, states and regional factors……
Will assure you develop but in limit of your restricted boundaries…….
But will never let you to be able to pride of the nation… will never be able to be you a nation….
You are state in this country but will never ever be able to show love for your country……
You are not a state here of this country…. I am owner of vote bank and you are just another number……

Topic(s) of this poem: political


Comments about Vote Banker...... by mithilesh yadav

  • Akhtar Jawad (2/26/2016 7:54:00 PM)


    Though this poem has been written with special reference to Indian politics but its message is universal. It's true for the whole world. I congratulate my son Mithilesh Yadav for writing such a thoughtful poem. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 19, 2016



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