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Can You Say?
by Prof. Siva Prasad Peddi
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How is it? He says...
He came, saw and conquered
Being a victim of weakness
But, for me, it’s my bread

All of them here...
Look at nothing
Physically conquer
And shabbily leave

I didn't choose this fate
Forced into the oldest trade
When one's weakness
Is my strength

Is it not I, who has won?
Why do they claim then?
Why I should bow?
My head in shame

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February 20, 2012
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Comments on this Poem

Comment The poem "Can You Say? " is a perfect combination of sound, sense, and structure. Besides, the element of "invention" is praiseworthy as the poet has put new meanings in old expressions.

Anil Prasad
02/21/2012 04:55 AM

Comment Thank You!

sivamadhaviyam
02/20/2012 15:03 PM

Comment Am in a loss of words!! Your poem is amazing!!

Rupradha
02/20/2012 11:52 AM




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