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Canonization

Posted: February 5, 2020 at 4:24 am   /   Literature, Poetry

He spoke eloquently in praise of the great Chameleonin front of 333 sequacious sages of the people, by the people, for the people.His sumptuous encomium filled her insatiable abdomenwith great delight. She munched every eulogy fancying the canonization in the Vatican. A lady Pope without Papacy. When he opened his mouth snake recoiled venomlessly, polar […]

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When you are so sure

Posted: January 15, 2020 at 3:03 am   /   Literature, Poetry

May be Jesus wasn’t sure that his Paul would take him to the cross to be crucified!Love betrays like this when one is so sureof love, of the amorous bed, of the faithful handsthat browse through the veins of the heart. You consent to tie the trusted knot to overwhelm the raucous romantics. In the […]

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The world hasn’t changed much

Posted: December 29, 2019 at 5:09 pm   /   Literature, Poetry

The world hasn’t changed much India, Israel, China, Dutch. Everybody plunged in red Devil’s their only friend. Nationalism blinded them Emitting bile and the phlegm.   Racism gnawed their mind Supremacy made them blind. Ethnicity poisoned heart Love, empathy fell apart. The world hasn’t changed much Russia, German, Burma, Dutch.    29 December 2019 Saidpur, […]

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Comma

Posted: December 7, 2019 at 2:30 am   /   Literature, Poetry

The hideous comma never lets me finish the line. I go on thinking, but the trajectory of thought passes by the semicolon or period in defiance of the prophets, poets, leading to confusion. I live in confusion as the fish in the water or the eagle in the sky.  The comma baffles me as the […]

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Dreams on Sale

Posted: November 27, 2019 at 5:18 pm   /   Literature, Poetry

There’s someone new in the market selling dreams. He sells in pieces, scraps and shreds. It’s a piece of bread from the Last Supper from where one takes a morsel to shake the reality but without any promise for salvation. He sells dreams inflated with promises like political manifesto before the election. One can lick […]

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