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The Mask of the Tribal
by Rati Saxena
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  They have the same face
as any man can have.
When they want to please their God
They put on the mask.
In their mask there are
As many color as flowers can have,
As many lines as rivers have waves,
As much vastness as the sky can have:
A little bit of flower,
A little bit of river,
A little bit of the sky,
That make their God happy
Their God is like the jungle.
They want to see man turned into a jungle,
But they dislike the wildness of man.
That’s why people who like the jungle
cover their face with the mask.
There is humanity with the colors of the jungle
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December 29, 2002
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