Compassion is the basis of morality.”
― Arthur Schopenhauer
Saying bye-bye, a farewell symphony
To someone you loved
Saying bye-bye, a bitter experience
To something you believed.
Likewise, restrained tears at a departure hall;
As if listening to a movement of the finales
Of a fantastic life symphony
His eyes were drifting away;
Her appearance was pale and fatigued.
When the last movement ended
it was the last time they met up.
Morals or control, what is it?
Wasn't it odd to enjoy the voice of central controlled squads?
And what is the best time to cry for nationalist values?
Morals or domain? where does it exit?
Without realising the truth turns to sinner .
Why are many leaders leading the flocks?
Although, he and she never practiced what they preached.
Morals or law, who is in charge?
Without guilt, cast the first stone.
Why are those sorrows hidden in their hearts
hence, who gets offended when its upon us?
Saying bye-bye, morals,
A symphony of never finished music scores,
Will they just discover
Once all is said and done
And was that a successful concert?
were those favourite movement
Current global epidemic coronavirus leads us to think more about our morality, when there is a natural disaster around.