hungry boy in the town

by Manoj Barman

Who cares, who you are!
To the world he is just a beggar
He carries metal from the road
Like you
He never misses any TV episode
He never permits to be rude
So he never fights any issued

Often he walks the streets alone
Like you
The broken piece of hurt he never shown

Often the food he eats colored brown
Often for some food he walks around
Often he goes up, Often goes down
There is a hungry boy in the town

Like a corner of an empty room
He has nothing to sold
He never complains like you
When his bared body trembles in cold

He sleeps besides the empty road
He live a life of borrowed
Neither has he food, nor abode
Even though he has no complain from god

undoubtedly, the boy teach us a lesson
But our arrogant eyes love to wrong things done
We love to run behind the false rejoice
And forget the emotion of one voice

Often he pray the church alone
Like you
The broken piece of heart he never thrown
Often for some food he walks around
There is a hungry boy in the town
There is a hungry boy in the town..
















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rekhanshiraghava

rekhanshiraghava

August 3, 2015 - 10:57 Amazing poetry... at least 10 upvotes... And yesssss.... in my favourite list. Good work... loved it... Such perfectly u have described.... the details.... awesome
Manoj Barman

Manoj Barman

August 3, 2015 - 17:51 thank you:)
Black Rose

Black Rose

August 3, 2015 - 12:26 Very sad Story, good writing
Manoj Barman

Manoj Barman

August 3, 2015 - 17:52 thanx :)
Manahill Naik

Manahill Naik

August 3, 2015 - 13:49 so sad :(
Manoj Barman

Manoj Barman

August 3, 2015 - 17:52 hmm......:(

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