These Greedy Corrupts

These Greedy Corrupts

a poem by Neha Jain

These greedy corrupts
Are the biggest disease that erupts
Parents gave them good education
They made their pride a hesitation
Black money is kept in save heaven
Citizens are made to sleep in starvation
Promises are made just to take vote
At the end chair and money is all they got
These greedy corrupts
Are the biggest disease that erupts

To them Motherland doesn't evolve
Corruption is all for inner resolve
Going foreign to enjoy vacation
Just to have inner satisfaction
Will remember people during election
Will sing national anthem on every action

Clenching citizen's money
Claiming self to be trustworthy
Is really so funny
singing clean India taking mop
Is just their false ray of hope
These greedy corrupts
Are the biggest disease that erupts

Fault is not their but ours
Under table bribe is building our towers
We have made them rich beggars
These greedy corrupts
Are the biggest disease that erupts

Photo source: the author

Photo source: the author

About the author:

Neha Jain is an aspiring poet living in Rajasthan India. Her subject genre’s include politics and current issues. You may follow her blog as well as her Facebook page at www.facebook.com/neharshitjain.


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