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Vivek Tiwari

(23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)

A Call For Revolution


Be brave, be valiant, be all violent
Prided heads and chest widened
O brothers! O youths! O worthy sons!
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is another of my revolutionary poem wherein the sense of batter against all evil is expressed.
In the second stanza the `heart of anarchy` refers to the centre where the vices and evils get their support i.e. the capital and the central government. The last 2 lines of forth stanza refer to Miltion`s Paradise Lost when Satan tries to deceive Adam and Eve by filling them against God.
The 9th stanza refers recent Delhi rape case(s) wherein the girl was so brutally ravished and the young one of the brutes was released on the basis of being a little young yet he was the most devilish.
Over all I `ve tried here to invoke the people including all men and women to stand against all evils and voices any how even if the revolution requires it must be.

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