Treasure Island

umaprosad das


Education


Learn and gain education,
Be free from confusion.
Drive out every doubt,
Be happy and be stout.

More you learn, more passion
Leads you to more wisdom;
Makes you a gentleman,
Learn and gain Education.

Only true education,
Brings us to civilization,
Gives us the prosperity,
Peace, pleasure and modesty.

Education, education,
Uplift a backward Nation,
Flourish a community,
Cast, creed and humanity.

Only true education,
Drives away superstition,
Darkness, cruelty and violence.
More you learn, more you gain,
Through a perfect education.

Education, education,
Helps us to communication,
Creates our lengthy vision,
Enables to reach the mission.

Education is the success story,
Earn fame, earn glory,
Learn and gain Education,
Be a perfect gentleman.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Edited: Thursday, December 22, 2011

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