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Asifa - II
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  I was a Moslem
    Could be a Hindu, a Sikh
    How does it matter?
I was from Kashmir
    Could be from Unnao or Kolkata
    How does it matter?
I was a girl
    Could be transvestite, a boy
    How does it matter?
I was wronged in Temple
    Could be in Mosque, in a Church
    How does it matter?
The perpetrators were Hindus
    Could be Muslims, Parsis, Sikhs
    How does it matter?
I was a minor - delicate
    Could be young, middle-aged, old hag
    How does it matter?
My fate killed your faith in humanity
    If all the above doesn’t matter?
    This matters
    This matters

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April 13, 2018
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