Treasure Island

Tirupathi Chandrupatla


Children're Our Future


Children're our asset
Children're our pride
Children're our glory
Children're our future.

The smile of a child
Triggers melody in the heart
Child's innocent charm
Fills happiness in our lives.

It's heartbreaking to see
Children in harm's way
Stealing a child's future's
A severely punishable crime.

We hear about kidnappings
We see cases of child abuse
We read about child labor
Severe deterioration of values.

Let culprits be brought to justice
Let more protection be extended
Let rational thought prevail
Let children brighten our future.

Submitted: Friday, May 09, 2014

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