Plight of Inhumanity

That pain still triggers off

on seeing inhumanity rules.

Gender discrimination or religion distinction,

floats like fishes in water.

In abundance and in bulk,

they move in multitude.

Anywhere and everywhere,

people get bullied for their caste,

creed, gender or colour.

Why do people differentiate?

From where does this come from?

Birth is given to everyone by Almighty,

Alas, things don’t change!

Does God teach all this?

Why poor are bullied,

And rich become insane.

Cruelty is the game,

for todays indifferent world.

Girls don’t do this, boys do any crap.

Why is the society becoming dispassionate?

The questions remain unanswered.

The falsehood and jealousy,

the disparity and rudeness,

all flatter their wings and fly carefree.

And what we do?

We smile and say- ‘things won’t change.

Let the world get ruined, And we’ll move on!’

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About Mehak Varun

Writer, Mehak Varun, is the author of three books - THE HUMANE QUEST(volume-1,2 &3), published by Authorspress, New Delhi. It is a QUEST for HUMANITY. She is born and brought up in Jammu and settled in Chandigarh. She has been bestowed with '100 Inspiring Authors of India' award in kolkata. She has also been honoured with the 'Women Of Influence 2019' award presented on women's day in New Delhi. Recently she has been awarded Gitesh-Biwa Memorial Award of excellence for her article on woman power "I Just Need A Chance" . Along with her books, her work has been published in various anthologies and she is recipient of various other prizes in poetry competitions as well. She is known for raising contemporary issues in the society. Just as there is freedom, there is a certain responsibility towards the same. To choose to do good and be good within the specified responsibilities, is freedom in action. 'The Humane Quest' is a humble attempt to create awareness against the evils of society and stimulate the strong Indian values which are lacking in the present times. Mehak Varun, LL.B (mehakgrover@amartex.com)

6 thoughts on “Plight of Inhumanity

  1. Pushmaotee Subrun

    There is an utter indifference to all the thorny issues dealing with inhumanity…but through our writings we might bring some change,… at least some awakening in people lacking conscience…

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