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Among You
by Prof. Jaydeep Sarangi
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  He has been the hungry,
the refugee,
the child labourer,
the illiterate,
the alcoholic,
the ruffian,
the wretched poor sucked into criminal world,
the underground revolutionary,
the prisoner and disbeliever.
 
Life piles on life
As the mirror stands
When we walk pass an old clock.
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July 20, 2013
More By: Prof. Jaydeep Sarangi
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Excellent! Especially mirror as the metaphor! Thanks for sharing this thought provoking poem Dr. Sarangi. Remember, we met at H L F? Do read my poems here.

Padmaja Iyengar
07/21/2013 23:06 PM

Comment very touchy!

Rupradha
07/20/2013 15:12 PM




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