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Indian Orphan

Everywhere your found missing limbs, smiles thin.
Your great mask of gratitude perfected by each rough sleep
Everyday your free, at mercy to all with no master.
As free as the monkeys playing, as free as the fruit does grow,
your very purpose remains secret, a secret like,
Which way does the wind blow? A allegorical heist of knowledge
Exclusively granted to those who perish at the pleasure of ignorance
And the curse of acknowledgement each day a gift the razing lift 
Of appreciation in any form or way it's a infamous treason
Made traditionally accepted by the wise. Oh spiritual capital, 
Land of ghandi land of spice. The lovely heart beats in you 
Your significance as one is commonly known. Lead the way 
As your spiritual leaders before you adore your subjects 
For all to know that Indians though many without home 
Starving contested problems congested woes. Have no home 
That doesn't share it's loan with its people it owes who made it so
Untouchable in spirit and invisible to those 


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  1. Date: 10/21/2014 8:21:00 PM

    Very sad what takes place not just in India but all over the planet, Paul. The poverty and misery are just horrible to see in person or pics in the Internet. Love and light! Xxxx D