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An Attempt in Exorcision of a Neighbourly Man
by Sharbaaniranjan Kundu
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  A neighbourly one
will make so many attempts
to pull on to his social bandwagon
with lukewarm response.

The other day however
he treated some of his neighbours and friends
to revered Walsh's discourse -
a conversation with God.

An exceptional delineation it was,
which taught: Human actions spring from two emotions:
fear and love.
He stated: Do not rely on words
or even thoughts.
Rely on feelings.
He made my understanding so cogent.

But the neighbour avatar,
after the CD discourse says:
I enjoy sex. I ravish women in fantasy without guilt.
Did he just want to confess?
Cleanse himself of his guilt.
What was the emotion:
Fear or Love!
Will his isolation now reduce?

Why Walsh for all this?
Was it just an attempt in exorcision
of his self?
Best wishes, anyway,
our neighbourly man!
 
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April 16, 2012
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