ajay srivastava

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A Contradiction Poem by ajay srivastava


My own identity
I want to know

I forgot I am human being
I am part of people
my heart is no longer heart.
my heart is now polluted one.
I am singing song which is never liked by other.
my dress is white
my deed and action are black.
I am villain, I am don.
I am sorrow of every day.

you seem like lion and hero
why are you eating grass
where is your satisfaction like lion.

when & where will your
madness for money stop.

when your morality
Defeat immorality.

your heart is never bother for others
purely selfish thought and action.

All your deed are parallel to Don
even then you are hero and i am don.

I am physically harming
you are harming mentally

I doing illegal thing and accept it
you are doing illegal thing and proudly say
i am legal Honestly!

Don't you think this is nonsense.

Submitted: Saturday, May 04, 2013
Edited: Saturday, May 04, 2013
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