End of Humanity

End of Humanity

A Poem by Anuja Sharma

Beginning of an era where inhumanity rules.

She was a mother, kind.
Unaware of the cruelty, blind.
She was a goddess, worshipped.
Still treated like an animal, ripped.
She believed in a creature, called human,
But for them, she was just a means of fun.
There, motherhood made a mistake,
Got hungry, asked for help for some intake.
She didn’t know,
The help that she was being offered,
Will make her and her unborn baby blow.
Yes, a mother cried,
Pleaded before God,
“Take me but save my baby,
He won’t make the same mistake-maybe”
And then,
God from heaven offered a satisfactory deal,
“This is the end of humanity,
A world of cruelty,
No kindness, no care, no loyalty.
I have some plans for this human race,
This year they’ll feel the disgrace.
Why don’t you both come here,
And let’s just watch how karma pays back there.”

© 2020 Anuja Sharma

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When "Karma" becomes a source of revenge behind our eyes... our humanity is already in question.

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Anuja Sharma
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