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Poem: Civilization and IPR (Basic concepts of IPR)

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Basic concepts of IPR in form of a poem..... linking property and the greed,
A poem on existential realities!
I please to bring to you this lovely poem The Delicate Balance
The Civilization and IPR

Basic concepts of IPR in form of a poem..... linking property and the greed,
A poem on existential realities!
I please to bring to you this lovely poem The Delicate Balance
The Civilization and IPR

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  2. 2. “A delicate balance”
  3. 3. OWNERSHIP Exclusive Rights recognized by Law Enjoy Occupy Possess Rent Sell Use Give away Destroy
  4. 4. Acknowledgement • Lyrics written by Dr. Raman Mittal, teaches at the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi • Images taken from

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  • A poem on property and on greed,A poem on existential realities!
  • Man was a hunter and when he started to gather
  • Law and property were then born together
  • When was it? It’s not in my memory’s lather
  • We know it riding only on imagination’s feather
  • When things were available in nature for free
    Then they belonged to the marauder’s spree
  • To avoid the disputes being decided by blood
  • The norm of ownership then sprouted like a little bud
  • From movable to immovable the bud continued to grow
  • Things then belonged to the sweat of the brow
  • Man’s labour was the subject then to protect
  • To own more became a matter of respect
  • Limited were the things created with labour
  • But man wanted to own more than his neighbor
  • Intellectual creations were added to the list
  • Man then wanted to capture whole world in his fist
  • When ‘exclusive’ was the genre of all his right
  • Drunk he became with the wine of his might
  • Bothered he was not about the people’s plight
  • Who would then give the mighty a fight?
  • To transmute to order from such a chaos
    ‘Public interest’ soon came across
    Though one is still permitted to own
    But of sharing you cannot now be shorn
    As the people’s lawyer laid bare this plea
    It were the masses who shouted out with glee
  • But wait! Are we not approaching the same old spree?
    Where all things were set just for free
  • Public interest came as a gift to wonder
    But even this can verily become a plunder
  • Is it in man’s destiny to go round and round?
    And continue eternally with the same old wound?
  • Owning and sharing must go hand in hand
    For expression, for invention and also for that famous brand
  • Striking this balance is like playing with glass
    Delicate it remains even for the men of class

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