Ray Subrata Ray

Rookie (27.01.1959 / Nator Bengladesh)

A Gossip by Ray Subrata


Mott-on roast, chicken kasha, and a bottle,
Interchange of age and thirst couples,
For high thoughts for country’s sake
Need they a nightly pilgrimage.

All parties cedars,
Parasite and feathers,
Climb ladder to ladder

Rats sparrow and fox,
From their roomed box,
Seem to turn a fun,
We would rule the fools,
Tigers and lions are gone.

Foolish common place,
Still yet glaze,
And their health we need,
To slaughter and feed.

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Submitted: Wednesday, January 19, 2011

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