O’ men, now whom do you criticise,
If only for once; you adjudged wise,
As you choose for thou self; do for other,
The wickedness would never grow farther.
We all are human with various rages;
Free yourself, from those unseen cages,
You can snatch everything they feel,
But can never take scars… that demands heal.
Have it all along still you weep;
With wisdom less mates standing in heap,
Yelling, out loud for serious change,
But that’s just, a casual fain.