Street Kids

they are particularly invisible in the reports, missions, policies.but they are real.

everyday we meet them.

they meet us.

we look other way.

they too take in very well the indifference.

actually i am not expecting them to have feelings left in them.

the world out is brutal.

seasons and nip in the air is always there.

parents are just their grown up version: devastated, hunger struck or addict figures

now, there is a tap on my window screen of the vehicle i am traveling in

honestly speaking, i am an educated and very well informed citizen.

i make a face, drive away

for the kid, now is going to be another person

it could not be a snob as me but may be a pervert, what if be.

 

the girl kid was touched, felt by many while she knocked at window screens

for the kid, now is going to be another person

the person will become a habit of hers

vice versa

 

and we will stay a civilised society

why bother?

why should we bother??

sumita.jetley@c-infiniti.in

www.infiniticommunications.in

 

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