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Insects Around A Lamp
by Sony Dalia
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  “Greetings from  Xanadu’
caressing voice wakes up slumbering soul
heard, unheard tales on roll
naive listener a rocking doll.

Every evening turns so torrid
sores in all pores make them putrid,
poetic laments, prosaic problems, critical views…
astute avatar soul mate for all.
Millions of hopefuls, greenhorn every one,
Russian roulette, mauling by choice.
 
Tissues are scarce, dumped in the bin,
use and throw culture staple of vultures…
half opened door lures to step in or step out…
tavern keeper decides, not the tourist!
March 23 ,2013
More by :  Sony Dalia
Views: 417
Poem Comment Thanks Aju da for your frank observation.You are right.Regards.
Sony Dalia
03/29/2013
Poem Comment Here is an angry poet shouting in high pitch at society- frankness is in poet's heart-
Aju Mukhopadhyay
03/29/2013
Poem Comment Thanks for your appreciation and kind words. ma'am.Regards.
Sony Dalia
03/26/2013
Poem Comment internal rhymes, alliteration are striking, i liked the last two lines
asha viswas
asha viswas
03/26/2013








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