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In Search of the Eternal Killer
by Bhaskaranand Jha Bhaskar
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I don’t know
Who killed the innocent me.
I am dead
But alive only
In dissents and protests
Mutely crowded
In hearts and minds. 

The dead body
That is wrapped in white
Sobs behind
Seeking
Nothing but a probe
Into the death
Of its throbbing breath. 

The master is the sole witness
To the tragic end
Of my life
But he has left it
In the lurch
For resting in heavenly peace 

If God exists
Why does He remain silent?
Life here is turbulent 
And violent.
If Death is the only healer
Let me die and die in search
Of my eternal Killer…
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October 09, 2020
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