Paragraph : Street Children

Street Children

The street children are constantly seen by us. They are the abandoned children coming from broken homes. In search of a handful of rich or anything to eat they loiter from one place to another. They have no permanent shelter to lay their head. Their day-long occupation ranges from begging to stealing and from collecting different waste materials from wayside to selling pan, biri, cigarette of passers-by. Their education is left as if, to the street. And the streets teach them to swear to smoke freely and to keep thief fists always ready for fight. They have seen to bear scorn for everyone crossing their path. They are neglected in society and nobody cares for them. They like to lead a care-free life completely putting off all thoughts of living a meaningful life until they are matured to think for themselves.
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