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Seeds of doubt

Seeds of doubt
Nothing last; once seed of doubts are sown
From there on difference of no reason; grown
It flourishes without water; bitter fruit grown
When takes routes in your heart; you are gone

Take thing at its face value; don't trust on phone
What I tell you; you don't have to analyze at home
The day start that practice; suspicious in you grown
From there on you dwell in; futile practice you own

Don't know; why we adopted such practice on loan
When you borrow money; you pay interest on loan
This way; we destroy family fabric; into pieces it torn
Nothing remain in society except chaos; peace is gone

What see around is product of doubts; sanity is gone
We used to live ethically; now that element has flown
Families are falling apart; in society; no ethical norms
Individually; can't lay the foundation of a ethical home

Because of mistrust we are drifting away from norms
For face saving say I am happy; in fact happy is none
All alone; I can't live; need someone; not a cell phone
Being practical person; know pain of others being alone.
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