Poem : Unskilled Workers..
- Mon, May 30 2016
- Shaina Evanka D'Cunha, Kuwait
May 31, 2016
Unskilled workers may not have learnt much
They work a lot their job is such
It’s not right for us to pull them down
While we stay prissy and wear a crown
They are humans just like us
Then why do we make so much fuss
To talk to them or respect them
Our waste they clean, wait for one to employ them
Work to earn bread and support their family with a sum
That may not be enough!
Still they are considered as lower than others
Have no support from their earthly brothers
They don’t have many benefits
Have to work against prejudice
Yet they wear a smile every day
And finish their work in their own little way
Let’s show them mercy and love
Make them believe there’s a God above
Hand in hand we’ll change this world
Let what we can do be unfurled...
Shaina Evanka D'Cunha, Kuwait
Shaina Evanka D'Cunha - a seventh grader from Indian English Academy School (IEAS), Kuwait who aspires to be a Genetic engineer. She has always had a passion for writing poems and short stories since a very young age. Music especially playing the piano and guitar is something that never fails to rejuvenate her after a day at school. She plays basketball and football.She has appeared for the MARRS spell bee and have been a GCC best performer and also an International first runner up for two consecutive years.