Men Who Will Make A Difference

The Dedication Of The Soldier had a Different Story to Tell
Security of The Nation was the Main Concern in The Tale
The Poem of the Satirist Had a Different Message to Say
To Unite were is Efforts For.
The Prayer of The Poor Man had a different Message
All he wanted is the same Message
Many will do their Best
When Enemies try to Attack in Conquest
When you see Some thing Wrong it is your Right to Protest
War is not only for Soldiers but also for Common Men
Participation can be in Many Ways
Let's Change the Scene
Whenever Country is in need
Unity is urgent indeed
To make The Country Different Place
Let us Contribute and Make The Difference
I Proud to be an Indian

by Rohan Bendre

Comments (6)

An insightful patriotic piece with a call for unity in diversity, especially during national emergency. Well conceived and nicely penned. Thanks for sharing Rohan and do remain enriched.
if you slightly edit this piece and avoid all first letters as CAPS and in between avoid unwarranted CAPS it will make all the difference You may also read some of my poetry and see. If you want tell me I will edit this
When you see Some thing Wrong it is your Right to Protest War is not only for Soldiers but also for Common Men Participation can be in Many Ways let us change is your theme that you want to convey...... you have conveyed it well dear poet. make a difference in this world in the positive....... thank you dear poet for sharing your great ideas. tony
it sounds like twins? ? ? My morning call, You shout to me, Pick me up, Play with me......at first i thought my and pick ME up referred to the same person, the baby(ies) . now i think my is the mum. i also first thought near misses were kisses which missed the mark. now i am thinking accidents/almost-accidents. thanks for sharing. i rate it good. maybe it's is better. :) have fun.
what we did yesterday is our home today and what we are doing is our tomorrow so which part is u part to make our future bright/ great message for Indian and for us thanks
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