Abdul Wahab


Wild jungle


Wolves had given me mandate
To rule the pack for five years
In the mean time for reason one or two
They did not like me to continue
I understand their emotions but
I am democratically elected president
I can not abort the post due to few wolves’ whims
Let’s sit down and see reason
After my term there will be again an election
No, shouted the opponent wolves
And make allegation that I do manipulation
So I propose to them to form a committee
And members could be drawn from international community
So that election can be done fair and free
They did not agree rather they went for arms
And beat the war-drums
The cunning foxes instead of solving the problem
Have joined this satanic wagon
They shout the slogan of democracy
But instantly forget that
I am democratically elected president
How far gone the stupidity
That they now want to drop bombs
To liberate people
This can not be a policy of civilised society
It must be a principle of wild jungle.

Submitted: Monday, September 09, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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  • Harindhar Reddy (9/16/2013 7:24:00 AM)

    Impressive and creative way writing, with yr poetry u often set trend! Hope million will follow yr suit! Fantastic Verse (Report) Reply

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