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The Love of Big Black Ants
by Rati Saxena
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  One does not know from where the big black ants
Spread on the floor like black stars on rainy evening
Attacking Their pray
One can not believe they keep
The line discipline of red ants
At their Queen's orders
They catch and swallow
Every thing white
Like sugar, rice, moths
If they want to carry a big dead body
They are united like labor unions
They can not live any where
Wrinkled skin of trees
Houses of leaves
Roots of anyone
Those they love
Change in to them
The tree they Live on
Not a single fruit can remain there
Nor bird live
Their kiss is
Sharper then their sting
Which change them in to pieces
They are greater lovers than humans!

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March 31, 2002
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