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English Poem : Child Labour
by Faheem Jawaid - Riyadh Saudi Arabia

Jul 3, 2007

Child Labour

Written by Faheem Jawaid
(Riyadh Saudi Arabia)

Agreed that
This is a wonderful doormat
Soft, silky, smooth, glossy;

Look at the design and the pattern
The colors, the shades, the darkness
Influence the onlooker;

The innocence and virtuousness of
Delicate and subtle hands as if
Fabricated childlike pure dreams;

The doormat is precious and esteemed
It is just invaluable!
The price you quote is rational;

This is worth buying, worth possessing,
Yet, I prefer not to buy this,
I dare not use this doormat because

I cannot be a killer, a murderer
Of innocent children!

 


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Aarushi, DelhiWednesday, July 18, 2012
fantastic awesome giving the mirror image of the truth and reality mind blowing thoughts
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Ekta Malik, rohtakSunday, July 03, 2011
amazing!awesome.a poem that touched my heart.it's the need of the hour to take steps to stop this crime and to save these saplings to make a bright for India. the poem has that power to stop this injustice
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R. Aravind Jain, Bangalore/SingaporeFriday, March 14, 2008
Faheem Jawaid! What a unique way of expressing your fury and rage (against Child Labour), and Child Labours' anguish and distress. My respect and regards to you and your poem "Child Labour".
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Thomas Edgar, Panaji/Hail/KSATuesday, February 12, 2008
What a poem! Brilliant. Just brilliant. My salaams to Faheem Jawaid and Daijiworld.
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Alister Sam, Mangalore - - KarnatakaWednesday, February 06, 2008
The poem "Child Labour" is fascinating and an eye opener for all of us to become real serious about the issue prevailing in developing countries since years unknown. Faheem Jawaid has expressed his feelings in a very artistic and sensitive manner.
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Rafeeq M. Dasadawala, Mumbai/IndiaFriday, December 07, 2007
My God, what a poem. What a presentation of thought. What a conclusion. It is killing. Bravo! Faheem Jawaid! Daijiworld!
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Sanjeev Rana, Mumbai/BelgiumThursday, December 06, 2007
A burning and sensitive topic of today is handled in a true sensitive and poetic manner, by Faheem Jawaid. I salute him for this.
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Prudencia Peniel, Shimoga Kolkata IndiaTuesday, December 04, 2007
The poem had such a strong effect on me that I could not give my attention to anything else for quite some time. My best wishes to Faheem Jawaid and thanks to Daiji.
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Syed Izaz Ul Haq, Mumbai/Jeddah/KSAFriday, November 30, 2007
Faheem Jawaid is just superb and successful in his style of presenting his sensitive thoughts.
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JAVEED ALI, RIYADH -K.S.ATuesday, July 10, 2007
It is obviously easy to select a touching subject and write a paragraph or poem on it.  But when it comes from a well known poet/author of Mr. Faheems calibre the things are entirely different.  The way he wrote, his selection of words made me feel as if I am buyer of the doormat. Superb work Mr. Faheem.
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Maria, UdupiTuesday, July 10, 2007
Fantastic Writing. Its very heart touching poem..............
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Anthony Padbidri, Imphal / Toronto / CanadaTuesday, July 10, 2007
Faheem Jawaid has expressed a noble thought in beautiful language. The way he composed his deep feelings is really praiseworthy. Congratulations!
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Sunder Singh, Secunderabad/IndiaMonday, July 09, 2007
This poem made me realize that poetry writing is a powerful avenue of expressing one's thoughts and leaving a wonderful impact on the readers/listners. Each step of this poem is simply splendid. Kudos to Faheem Jawaid and Daijiworld!
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Sharad Kapadia, New Delhi/IndiaMonday, July 09, 2007
The poem 'Child Labour' is stirring and moving. This is an entirely different and impressive style of approach towards a subject matter. Good work Faheem Jawaid!
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Florence Singsit, Nagercoil/Navi Mumbai/IndiaMonday, July 09, 2007
Excellent and brilliant piece of work. Please Give us more such stuff to read and inspire.
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S. K. Sundaram, Bangalore - LondonSunday, July 08, 2007
May I take this opportunity to congratulate Faheem Jawaid and Daijiworld for writing and for posting such a beautiful poem for us. Believe me, the last lines pierced in my heart.
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Robert Udyavar, Udyavar / DubaiSunday, July 08, 2007
"The soft silky doormat - virtuousness of delicate and subtle hands ..as if .. childlike pure dreams" Waw! what a brilliant expression! Poet Faheem Jawaid, I enjoy your poetry immensely.
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Rajiv P. Chengappa, Chennai / Chicago / USASunday, July 08, 2007
What a poem, what a narration, what a presentation ... superb, superb, just superb.
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ULLAL MOHAMMED PUTHUBAVA, MELANGADY, ULLALSaturday, July 07, 2007
Wonderful!!!!!This is a very beautiful poem on "Child Labour". The photos of two small girls washing clothes and the other photo of young boys carrying bricks is heart wrenching and, at the same time, repulsive. I would like to tell thanks Mr. Faheem Jawaid & Daiji World media.Thanks indeed.
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Geetha Mathur, New Delhi / OmanSaturday, July 07, 2007
The poem is just amazing and makes the reader think hard about the subject. Well done Faheem and Daiji.
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Mercy Shamaun, Ludhiana / Toronto / CanadaSaturday, July 07, 2007
The poem is superb. The way the thoughts have been expressed is just unbelievable. The end result is to discourage the merciless manufacturers who exploit the innocent children by throwing pennies to them and earn in thousands and lakhs. I congratulate the poet for writing these invaluable verses. Just keep it up Faheem Jawaid!
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Ketki Singh, Chandigarh / BelgiumSaturday, July 07, 2007
"Child Labour" - - What a wonderful and mesmeric poem. Faheem Jawaid expresses his extreme sensitivity towards a social evil, which is very common in developing countries like India. This surely is the responsibility of intellectuals, scholars, writers, poets and journalists to create and spread awareness of such social evils and help the responsible bodies eradicate and eliminate from the existing society. Please continue publishing similar pieces of writings on Daijiworld.
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Dr. Mohd. Ozair Siddiqi, Lucknow / New YorkFriday, July 06, 2007
Faheem Jawaid's poem "Child Labor" is delicate and sensitive. The presentation of the subject is unique and has been handled in a touchy manner. Keep it up!
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Kaja Naseer Wasif, Mumbai / Jeddah / KSAThursday, July 05, 2007
After going through this poem, I am beginning to believe that words have REAL POWER, if they are expressed in a right manner. These verses of FJ are commendable and I like to thank DW team for publishing such material for their readers.
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P.Ramachandra, Mangalore / Dubai -United Arab EmiratesThursday, July 05, 2007
Appropriate subject, Evocative narration, Assertion through effectual medium. Contribution towards creation and spreading the awareness is appreciated Regards P.Ramachandra
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Mohammed Abdul Ahad, Mangalore / Madina / Saudi ArabiaThursday, July 05, 2007
Beautiful poem. Wonderful expression. Faheem Jawaid seems to be a seasoned poet who has the grip over all steps of his narration / verses. The end is an eye-opener and dynamic. A million thanks to Daijiworld to have presented this for us.
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Joseph D'Souza, Vasco Da Gama / Goa / IndiaThursday, July 05, 2007
Very heart rending poem. The following verses are the essence of the poem. The innocence and virtuousness of Delicate and subtle hands as if Fabricated childlike pure dreams Thanks Daiji and Faheem.
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Nelson Lewis, Karkala/Bombay/Kingdom of BahrainThursday, July 05, 2007

This is a very touching and beautiful poem on "Child Labour". The photos of two small girls washing clothes and the other photo of young boys carrying bricks is heart wrenching and, at the same time, repulsive. Which man in his right senses have the heart to exploit these helpless children in order to make easy and quick money or get work done at the cheapest cost, instead of extending aid to these innocent souls in going to school.

This is indeed a crime. Mr. Faheem Jawaid, please keep on penning poetry. They are simply marvellous, because they broach on socio-economic issues.

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EVETTE D'CUNHA , PUNE / INDIAThursday, July 05, 2007
Very well written poem indeed.  The curse of child labour must be dealt with resiliently.  This is everybodys job to work on it.
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Shabana Mariam, Mangalore / Tabuk / KSAThursday, July 05, 2007
IMPRESSIVE!!!! My congratulations to Daijiworld for publishing and to Faheem Jawaid for writing such poem.
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Sameer Kapoor, Mysore - IndiaWednesday, July 04, 2007
Exceptional, exclusive, only one of its kind .... in treatment of the subject. I really appreciate Daijiworld for publishing such items on social-abuse while creating awareness in the society. More and more such items please.
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Sunita Chhibber, New Delhi / Greater LondonWednesday, July 04, 2007
This is a very suggestible poem on "Child Labour". The narration and approach is unique. "Salam Namaste" to Faheem Jawaid.
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Shamim Siddiqui, Hyderabad / New JerseyWednesday, July 04, 2007
Awesome! Breathtaking! Remarkable! Shocking reality! Keep it up! Keep it up! Faheem Jawaid & Daijiworld Zindabad!
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