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The poem is a satire against the present political class. How effectively does it convey the anger and anguish of the common man trapped in the system?
In the game of war and peace, common man is the one who is affected the most. He is the one who is losing his property, health and sometimes lives even. Yet in the process of making good for most of the people, he is failing to get justice.
He is getting trapped in this system and turning helpless. The only thing that he can do is to hold his sorrow in his heart and bear in until his last breath.
This poem shows the anger and pain that a common man trapped in the system.
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