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Comment 2 of 7, added on March 24th, 2011 at 7:28 PM.
Presently I had been to Seattle,USA.The other day I wanted a domestic help
to carry grocery items on the third floor. My daughter took me at a certain
point where a number of jobless men have assembled looking very
optimystically for any type of job/work.Even I gauged from their faces that
they were hungry.Needless to say that they were unemployed. Together they
rushed at us and pleaded for work.They were ready to accept our terms and
conditions without any hesitation. Personally I feel that unemployment
problem penned by the poet in 1932 is universal and getting worse day by
day due to modernisation/computerisation, all over the world disturbing the
health of society.
Maj TN Dahatonde
Comment 1 of 7, added on May 15th, 2007 at 9:21 PM.
In the poem, Mucker, When some people look at things, they look at it was
something bad or something they would not want to do. Weither it is too
hard, not the right conditions, or beneath them. Others would love to have
the oppertunity to be able to do what the other is doing, no matter how
hard or difficult it is they look at it as an oppertunity.
Ryan Neidig from United States