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Return On D-Day
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  Why deceptive retrieve 
in a wheelchair 
for the fallen? 

Was it not a sheer 
wrong message 
of a space anxiety? 

The aboriginal name 
was dead in a traffic. What 
a choice to breathe its 

last in a city of buried 
monuments? Vision of inner 
city affiliates, 

taking questions for 
the first time. You 
become only a body after the death. 

A white rose waits 
for a blue sea. The black moon 
hovers around the old man.
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February 08, 2011
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Comment Please read 'Poetry' by Aparna Chatterjee

Ravinder Malhotra
02/09/2011 12:28 PM




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