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The pen moved haltingly across the page
Just like an unwilling dog dragged on a leash
The words too resembled sporadic angry barks
Yet the writer continued to wield his weapon
Against the tainted masters of the political universe
He also stood by his single minded determination
To see the words in print for wider circulation
But there were no real takers among newspapers
That prefer to focus on the movers and shakers
Ignoring the ranting of the social and political baiters
But that did not in the least deter our protagonist
He turned to alternate effective forms of media
And soon decided to tweet on the popular Twitter
He scrapped his earlier ramblings opting for concision
This time the pen moved with more deft strokes
Like a hunting dog running in search of its prey
The result was a strongly worded punch on the nose
To the errant do-gooders and sinning politicians
March 21 ,2010
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