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Poetry

The Farmers’ Plea

Hey brethren, why did nothing change for us? Why are we always at square one? Why has the goddess of wealth Never showered her prosperity towards us? How is it that though everyone here Who eat their full due to the toil…
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Rainy Night

Lost and drained in the strange world of thoughts that fight Just your mind and you walking out in a dark night Gently,...gently you get distracted by drops of rain That joined with your tears to kiss them away. Touched your…
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Woman

I'm a woman Not a goddess, Worship me not Adore me not, Respect is all I ask. I'm a woman Not a worm, Hit me not Trample me not, Respect is all I ask. I'm a woman No lesser than a…
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Rise, My Dear

All the hues I see in your eyes All the buds that bloom in your heart I know my dear, is staring at you With all its might piercing you.   They said there's no hope around But, I know there's a lot within. Look out my…
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Minuscule Pantomime

Her eyes felt some itchiness, they have been blinking, to sieve that queerness, a bit more... Queerness which caressed her since a few days now... Moistened her dreary linings, for some Suns, at least... even as…
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A Fisherman’s Song

Idream a bourbon with you Sitting at suite Will you wave? When I wait you under the azure sky Riding boat This fisherman with the old net Your swaying hairs That I saw for years Think like that’s beckon I…
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A Night of Mangoes

Yesterday, a night while It drizzled mangoes Instead of water. I received a pile of good night messages One by one, a counted pile, One by one. A flash, or a pigeon tail It didn’t matter that time, then Yet I drove with the…
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