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by Harihar Rai Jha
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  Naive children wear masks to frighten their friends
How silly they are! Not sober like me!
Aren't they proud and stupid in the end?
I'm ideal inside out, you must agree

I am a great thinker and free from bias
but chase any target at your command
Get crooked work done if you are my boss
I twist my scruples, ethics on demand

With no morals or shame, I do shuttle
be any situation, I must win
pain in my heart so severe and subtle
I hide to transplant mask beneath my skin

Children use masks just to play and enjoy
to hide my fear and greed, masks I deploy
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September 01, 2013
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