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Mrityunjay Jha

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NEW WORLD ORDER!


The Blocks of Power Shifting With Rapid Pace/
Taking Newer Agenda/
Alluring Players of Political Order/
Charting Course of Action/
Full of Divisive Import/
By Pushing The Boundaries of Nations/
One After The Other/


The World Seemed A Place For Peace/
When The Cold War Ended/
With A Hope For Future Fraternity Amid Nations/
That Hope Was So Short/
As It Later Appeared/
The Pattern of Peace/
Is Always So Delicate/
The Waves of War/
Forever Exciting/
Humanity, /
Might Be A Misnomer Today/
And, /
The Concept of Power/
Losing Proper Purpose/


Alas! /
Today/
Those Who Have Power/
Can't Lead/
And, /
Those Who Want To Lead/
Have No Power! /


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MRITYUNJAY JHA
4F, ADARSH NAGAR
SAMASTIPUR
BIHAR
INDIA.
Postal Code: 848101
(+91) 9334411390.
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Submitted: Sunday, September 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: politics


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