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A Pair of Snakes
by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
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Intertwined under a reciprocal bower
On the bushy bank of a college pond,
Exorbitant warmth of the lovely souls
Had them lip-locked in a special bond.

Madly in love, they sang and danced
Passion glued, glowed on their faces
Unaware of strange way of the world,
They lay mingled in love’s embraces.

Cold wind! It blew the cooing castles
Destroying the tranquility of her heart
Her dreams shattered, love battered
Closeness drifted off and shifted apart.

One of them left in the pool of blood
The other only lay with tears in eyes
Her snake was killed by a cruel hand
Left alone, she was killed by her cries.
 
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January 08, 2020
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