Abdul Wahab


*Life and Lord


Pure and holy
Red and costly
Where blood
Isn't spoiled
Sucked
And spilled
Very cheaply!

Beautiful and nice
Brief and once
Where life
Isn't rotten
Wasted
And gutted
Without paying heavy price!

Soft and tender
Fair and care
Where love
Is not a trap
A trick
The game
Of a freak
Out of faith and belief

Words and deeds
Knowledge and wisdom
Honour and dignity
Where humanism
Is not polluted
And strangulated
Out of sympathy!

Where is the Lord
Full of love and mercy
And changes
His friends
With his own hands?

Submitted: Friday, August 03, 2012
Edited: Thursday, October 25, 2012
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