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We are the corollary of prejudice
by Bhuwan Thapaliya

Friday, January 23, 2004

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“We have ears but we are deaf
We have eyes but we are blind
We have mouth but we are dumb
We have name but we are
Pronoun to them”

-Bhuwan Thapaliya


Anarchist, we are not
Extremist, we are not
Opportunist, we are not
but we are, yes, we are
the corollary of prejudice.

We are deprived,
not because of our fate
but because we lack
an equal opportunity
to compete with them.

The rich
are getting richer
and the poor
are getting poorer
isn’t this the irony of modern world?

But, we don’t envy their wealth
Our fight is with the biased system
all we need is an equal opportunity
to compete with all
Are we asking much God?

We are just
the fighters
fighting for our
legitimate right
in our struggle to survive.

Our fight
is not for
the equal
of the wealth.

Our fight
is not for
the sake
of religion
our religion is love.

Our fight
is not for
the sake
of political obligation
we are the cohorts of God.

Our fight
is not for
the meat
of mother Earth
we are the saviors of Earth.

Our fight
is not for
the greed
of transient power
unity is our strength.


Our fight
is for
the equal
of opportunity amongst all.


As long as
cannot prevail.

is an impotent

Its base is rootless
its existence
is ephemeral
and its future,
darker than the abyss.

And the world
without equality
will never prosper
like the Skylab
it would crumble.

Copyright 2004 Bhuwan Thapaliya

Skylab: The first American space station, fell to the earth in
thousands of pieces in 1979

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Reviewed by E T Waldron 1/23/2004
Your every word is one of wisdom! Bhuwan don't you wonder as I do, why our leaders and all the people who work to run governments etc, why they can't see this.No matter which party affiliation, they are all blind to the truth! It makes me sick to see how this world never progresses in it's care of people only in its care of "things"! We will have to answer for it one day!Technology becomes meaningless when there are so many in need. God help us!
Reviewed by Jimmy Holder 1/23/2004
Your words are indeed prophetic and wise. You truly amaze me with the strength of your voice! Awe-struck!
Reviewed by Dale Clark 1/23/2004
This is powerful and it leaves
so many questions of mankind.
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 1/23/2004
Bhuwan friend..this is fabulous....

"But, we donít envy their wealth
Our fight is with the biased system
all we need is an equal opportunity
To compete with all
Are we asking much God? "

This says it ALL for me....we do not envy their wealth...who cares what they have...but just give everyone an equal opportunity...feed the hungry......gosh this is so powerful....I will keep this one....floria
Reviewed by Duke LaRance 1/23/2004
This one is leaving me speechless. Great, great writing....
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/23/2004
Powerful write Bhuwan!!

And yes I have to Ditto Carmen on this one too!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 1/23/2004

Profound and poetic this is excellent my Poet Friend.

"Its base is rootless
its existence
is ephemeral
and its future,
darker than the abyss.

And the world
without equality
will never prosper
like the Skylab
it would crumble. "

Love Hugs Luck
Lady Peg

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/23/2004
Unfortunately, I believe Carmen is right. Mankind has far far to go - to get where we should be. Will we ever get there?
Reviewed by Carmen Ruggero 1/23/2004
How right you are, Bhuwan. Your train of thought is correct. The problem is, how to change that. I for one don't know how, except to start with myself, having taught my daughter good principals, hopefully she'll pass them on to her future children. We can't change what exists, all we can do is to keep on making people aware, as you are, through your writing, and hope that some day we will have created a new morality. You and I will not live long enough to see it, I'm afraid.

Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader) 1/23/2004
PROFOUND write, Bhuwan..This is masterful from every angle
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