Bijay Kant Dubey


A Daru Man, Sells He Not, But Takes/ Empties The Bottle, See The Eyes And Say It, How The Intoxication


He is a daru man
As keep he the bottle of daru
With him

Sells not, but takes
And that too in full,
Fallen flat on ground

And you calling him
And he hearing you not,
Lifting him
And he unable to sit on feet

Clinging to you,
Hanging on
And it is you caring for him,
Bringing home

See the marvels of daru,
Indian native country liquor,
A non-branded stuff
But intoxication is granted

As a drink of it may take you,
Take you to heaven
And you never to return from
Laving your family in great distress.

Submitted: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 18, 2013

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