Today's World

Poem By Anonymous Rose

Today's world, deprived of character,
and devoid of honour,
Proceeding towards decline,
Haphazardly moving, not in a straight line.
Yet, there is a ray of light,
which enlightens our hopes and makes our hearts bright.

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