BONE OF CONTENTION

The children of a poor man,

Will argue and quarrel over,

The financial contribution to bury the dead;

The children of a wealthy man,

Will quarrel and fight over,

The inheritance left behind!

The scenarios are common in life,

These wars are done,

Either privately or publicly!

Would the dead be resting in peace,

Or Will he be grieving in his grave?

The legacies left behind by them,

Are smeared by these wars,

Their bone of contention seems righteous in their eyes,

But behind this righteousness,

There is a deeply rooted lie!

 

 

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