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Never-Ending Darkness
by Kingshuk Chakraborty
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Who laid this trap and when,
That an earth never saw a sunrise
And we remain asleep forever,
Isn’t that a surprise? 

Moon, abused by clouds,
Lies in one body in deep darkness
Left to burn multiple times 
And turn into ashes 

Lust of antiquity beneath 
The mask of civilization 
Goes on finding the easy prey 
To lick its tongue on 

And the wail remains choked 
That pushed beneath the mountains,
Where words were killed 
Before they were spoken 

I want to tear apart 
Our immaculate faces 
To find, how deep is this darkness
That it reigns over time
And we remain dead 
 
 
 
NB: Incident of Hathras is a shame for mankind. When will it end?
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October 03, 2020
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