Our world is a beautiful place,

Where children implore for their parent’s attention.

 

Where babies say their first word to nannies,

Because their parents are too busy in their businesses.

 

Where kids say bad words,

Because their parents’ brawl and abuse each other.

 

Our world is a beautiful place,

Where teenagers slit themselves.

 

Where they buy fake ID to fulfill their lust,

And take pills to avoid complications.

 

Where teenagers are mousy to admit and lose their purity,

To people who are vile, players and demanding.

 

Our world is a beautiful place,

Where adults toil to make both ends meet.

 

Where they neglect their homes to buy a Ferrari,

A bungalow, a balance and a golden spoon.

 

Where coming of age drink to avoid their misery,

They are addict and avoid going home.

 

Our world is a beautiful place,

Where old people are kicked out of their property.

 

Where they spend their last breath away from their family,

Their children don’t want to see them.

 

Where elders are living with catastrophe,

They were once state owners now a sullen body.

 

Our world is a beautiful place,

Where people kill themselves because no one listens.

 

Where everyone throw trash at each other,

Where the social media has enslaved the youth,

 

Our world is a beautiful place,

A mayhem, forlorn and incensed.

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