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Poverty And Illiteracy

Drive out poverty
And illiteracy
From the country
Or the country
Would drive you out.

Poverty and illiteracy
Are men-made. Remember,
In today's democracy
Men are powerful.

Give respect to men,
Men are there
To keep you in power.
You are powerful
Only for people.
gajanan mishra

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You Feel Sad And Down

You feel sad and down life is not always fair
And of hope for the future you are in despair
In that you are not alone people like you everywhere
But when the going gets tough the tough hang in there
'Life is not meant to be easy' according to George Bernard Shaw
Though on life your own conclusions you can draw
Life is never easy for those on the poor side of the town
Where many do only know of ill renown
The victims of poverty due to birth circumstance
At any success in life they do stand little chance
Out of work and the economy at present doing quite bad
But at least you were born to a good mum and dad
And you've never once been to Poverty Street
Where many are Homeless without food to eat.
Francis Duggan

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Poverty And Wealth

Poverty is bad,
Telling we have got to be hard,
Working with all our might,
Until we reach great height.

Wealth are riches,
Acquired with reasons,
It brings enjoyments,
And causes in contentment,

Its the riches of God,
That added no sorrow,
Poverty is bad,
Telling we got to be hard working.

Dedicated to all those who struggle to meet ends.

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Ingibo Benson

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Heaven On Earth

Heaven on Earth is for the privileged few
That's something quite well known not anything new
And millions are living in their Earthly Hell
With only sad stories of their lives to tell
Though to the scythe of the Reaper we all have to fall
There is no such a thing as a fair go for all
Just another cliche we've often heard before
Without foundation just that and nothing more
Poverty nowadays is to be found everywhere
And millions are homeless in the big World out there
And millions are hungry in the refugee camps of the World today
In the conditions they live in they do not have a say
Those in Heaven on Earth are in a minority
In a World where millions are living in dire poverty.
Francis Duggan

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