AN UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILD

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Running down the streets carrying a bag,
Searching every dustbin and picking useful rag.
Wearing cloths filthy and torn,
Struggling in the earth where he is born.
Still laughing and playing with his friends,
Enjoying the world of changing trends.
Walking barefoot around the city street,
Feeling no pain in his soft feet.
Curious for playing with electronic toys,
On seeing playing with them young boys.
Imagining the taste of pastries and ice-creams,
Is he happy with his broken dreams?
Dreaming of living life with joy and comfort,
But everyone treats him like dirt.
Willing to go school for learning,
Wants to become rich through earning.
Filled with truth and innocence in his eyes,
But who cares in this world of hatred and lies.
A world where humans become wild,
Is there anyone to care about the unprivileged
child?
            By KAMLESH ORAON

HUMANITY- A RELIGION

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People always ask me from me,

Are you an atheist?

You don’t believe that god exist?

which religion do you believe?

As usual I answer them all,

Yes I have a religion,

Humanity is my religion,

Only you have to change your vision.

Because I never went to church,

never lighted a single candle,

rather I lighten up the dark houses with it.

Never went to any temple,

rather I always want to become humble,

with poor and needy ones,

wants to help old people,

like their own son.

Truth and humanity doesn’t need to find,

only you have to work for mankind.

True religion lies in working for humanity,

not chanting prayers in whole city.

Serving to god means serving poor,

and people who are in need,

Then the world of equality and peace,

would be established with our noble deed.

My prayer lies in spreading,

peace and kindness all around,

and eliminating all evil elements from society,

through which they all are bound,

                                                       This is my true belief,

which gives me from inside intense relief.

                                     by KAMLESH ORAON