Col Muhamad Khalid Khan

Gold Star - 56,286 Points (Ist May 1958 / Abbottabad Pakistan)

World Jugglery - Poem by Col Muhamad Khalid Khan

Being bone of contention one should not break the bones
People in glass houses should never throw the stones
Who so ever being blamed talks in low tones
Real talks of humans are replaced with cell phones

Wind when blows in deserts make sand dunes
Vice has taken over all virtuous tunes
Full days have been shortened to all desired boons
Light has been darkened of all upcoming moons

This is what has been happening on the world's chest
People with character are just considered guest
When trash is to be thrown to dust bins for rest
Only then will emerge and glow what remains the best

Col Muhammad Khalid Khan
Copyright 2015 Golden Glow

Topic(s) of this poem: artistic work

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 13, 2015

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