We live in a hypocrite world.
The minds of people are clear yet pertubed.
When you whine, they call you depressed,
Though in seclusion, they are equally messed.
When you shout, they call you insane,
But when they do the same, you should not disdain.
When you move on, they call you heartless,
And overlook all your sacrifices, regardless.
When you seclude yourself, they blame your ego,
Right to personal space is your privilege though.
They detest your forthright approach,
And then identify you with thoughts of reproach.
When you make a practical decision,
You become insensitive in their opinion.
Those days seem to have disappeared,
When genuine, rightful and sincere thoughts were admired.
People have become so overcritical,
Indeed, a situation hard to tackle.
Now we live in a fault-finding society,
And the solution lies only with The Almighty.