rohan bendre

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The Plight of The Horse


This is The Story of Henry The Horse

Rarely his Condition had Effect on People
Little did they know his voice was Hoarse
Lot of Hardships he had to face
Just to entertain that Sad Face
Hardly did the People Cared
What will be the Effect
The Realization will surely Affect
The Issue has reached a Critical Phase
Only Strict Rules will have Faze
For Contribution to Save Horses
Participation has to be Dual
For the Plight of Poor Horse
We will Create a Duel
Much Strict should be the Rules
If the Issue of Animal Labour You Evade
Equal Contribution should be for their Medical Aid
Substituition will do the Task
All you have to do is in Place of Horse Human's Substituition
In your Mind Won't there be Sympathy's Inclusion
If Child Labour is Crime Animal Labour is Equally a Crime.
Abolishing Animal Labour is High Time.
Expliotation of Animals is not Allowed
Those who Entertain Animal Labour should be Beaten Aloud.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

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This poem is dedicated to horses who are forced to run in the horse carriges their injuries are neglected what is entertainment for people is expliotation for other, if child labour is crime so is animal labour

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