The king is as much a man,
As is a puny and destitute beggar.
A munificent philanthropist is as much a man,
As is an avaricious mercenary or an indefatigable conscript.
It is man who constructs temples, so is the man who ordains monks or monarch
It is man who construes philosophy, as is he, who defiles its austerity.
A vicious slayer is, as much a man,
As is a magnanimous savior.
It is man who exploits another, so is the man who liberates them
It is man who fumbles for help, so is he, who comes to his aid.
From a frivolous loon to a coward renegade,
From a chivalrous king to a gallant knight
It is man who rules a million heart, so is him who ruins a lone one
It is him who he yearns for, so is him who he despises
It is man who professes off worthiness, so is he who confesses of worthlessness.
It is man who is GOOD, so is he who is EVIL