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Inviting God natural laws to repeal

Inviting God natural laws to repeal

There was a very popular phrase ‘first look appeal’
Sincerity we lost; this phrase doesn't make a deal
There were so much importance, sincerity and will
Love has lost meaning; its effects no more you feel

We brought the love on street lost the sacred appeal
Love means sincerity to one person gap in heart to fill
Now I don’t see any sincerity and loyalty in love & will
Purposely we play with our passions wrongly we deal

Become so cold-blooded our future we ourselves kill
What I am seeing don’t want you to see its effect nill
I see lovely flowers full of fragrance lost in a raw deal
Cruelty of it we can’t see it but literally; them we mill

Thinking as human how can we do that and feel thrilled
Don’t believe in relations with human crudely we deal
When I was a kid used to live with family with love appeal
So jealous of our heritage think those were spiritual skills

What happened to those love & affections were those frilled
Now I see very rarely in society family oriented mass appeal
Will not survive we ourselves inviting natural laws to repeal
We will be blamed if God will do what we want Him to unveil
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Submitted by Amirul on May 03, 2021

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