Child labour


A child in pain
Is a country in vain
When a child labourer bakes in the sun like ham,
We fake our life on Instagram
Some children beg for a meal,
Some, beg for an automobile
Many children have smiling faces
And fun many a time,
But there are some children
Who never have enough to dine
When children are abused and bruised
The authorities are mused
A child is no foe,
Then, why hand them a hoe?
Children are God's creation
Then, why are they denied of education, relation and communication
Next time you find child at a factory or a restaurant
Don't turn a blind eye
Let's raise our voice to abolish this crime
So that the little angels too can grin and shine

Poem on Child labour by Dimple

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