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Small-town urchins
Used to glue ears to telephone poles
Titillated - listening to the buzz and hum

Decades - even six or eight - a particle in history

Now telephones of all makes, hues, sizes and features
Are everywhere, towns, cities,
Hamlets, marketplaces, bus stands, pubs and rail stations
Deafening rings and language speaks
In pockets, on tables, over the walls - even very near WCs
Switched off and on clumsily
Males and the fair sex, of all ages
In jhuggi jhonpidis, fairs and emporia

This is the way the world widens, widens phenomenally, noisily

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March 19, 2015
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