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Arrogant Imitation
by Shalini Samuel
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Perplexed he stood alone gallantly
Midst hindering thorns
Himalayan hurdles hugging tight
Dearth of helping hands
Yet triumphed owing to valor
Downhill, striving curious minds
In quest of valuable assistance;
Pride clouds passing, hides his eyes
Making him arrogant
Akin to the seniors, he reviled
Cursing his society, the world
For shoddier experience, he faced
Ignorant is he, a member of the public
Exhibiting his revenge towards people
Is it a cultured humane behavior?

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June 09, 2011
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