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One day, an intellectual man said, he can create a man

One day, an intellectual man said, he can create a man
He has all know-how and material how to create a man
He collected all the materials in order to create the man
As he started mixing up the clay & water to create a man

Angel came this belong to God bring your own clay; man
Intellectual-man was stunned and was in a severe pain
Thought for a while and said; 'my all efforts went vain'
Behave as a creator rather than being created, think man!

This is the state of status from big claim please refrain
Use intellect in line with required parameters to get train
There is a limit you're limited in time and access in brain
Be kind and humble to envisage how does work the brain

It has in it divinity; be philosophical in it; think man
We are on a mission; accomplish it something to gain
Want to see your share in development as a wise man
Contemplate and come out with treasures; for all men

We are created with dangerous tool of freewill in brain
We are always at odd; frequently travel on wrong train
Being a wonderful creation; create wonders to get fame
Wish God to be with you; do things ethically being sane!
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Submitted by Amirul on May 03, 2021

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