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A Don Quixote and A Sancho Panza
by Dr. Ram Mehta
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Tough time – the economic crisis for a short period
Sometimes for the five members there’ll be few bread.

Mother would declare she'd already her share of bread
“I was soo……. hungry, I had mine” she would add.

Dad, sacrificing his life for my higher education
Worked in a rustic village and living in seclusion.

Scene changed with newly built house quite pleasing
With my name plate "Dr. Ram Mehta, Litt.D" hanging.

Scene changed with those sacrifices in matured years
Acting Moliere in France, in U.K. visit to bards’ houses.

Attending the poetry conferences in three continents
Retired life with kids in USA and India, both democracies. 

~*~

* Every autobiography is concerned with two characters, a Don Quixote, the Ego, and a Sancho Panza, the Self.  - W. H. Auden   

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