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dont have the heart to do the right

Don't you have heart to do the right,
 Why you want to go in the way where future isn't bright;
 Don't waste your parents’ upbringing,
 Your acts can never be forgiving;
 Start making love with everyone,
 Gone were the days when you have been broken one;
 Your thinking matters today,
 Don't choose any step to the wrong way;
 Our country needs the rule at every stage of life,
 But they get relaxed when you hand over bribe;
 Your deeds make other suffer, 
 Make yours and others life better;
 You all are rated good these times,
 Doing nothing but hiding your crimes;
 Shame to yourself that you call yourselves respectful,
 You are not wise but big fools;
 The world is full of like you,
 I am not like you who just screw;
 Why the green notes fascinate you all?
 That you make others to be in pitfall;
 Listen your instincts atleast once,
 Perform rightful acts with nice glance;
 The world stares you as being rudely,
 We want you to beat brutally;
 Respect the parents who have some expectation,
 You playing with their reputation;
 People are getting trapped in your words,
 Each one of your body full of dirt;
 What will you answer to Almighty?
 With such types of your works geeky;
 Life will curse you at end,
 We always are ready with our over love to lend;
 Still there's time to gloom,
 Think right,Act right to bloom;
 A tyro will always be viewed wit patience,
 Blood will purify flowing in your veins;
 Make you doomsday a remarkable one,
 Improve before the arrival of dawn.


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