Ray Subrata Ray
A Lady To A Scientist.
Zoology was his concern,
Searching, researching –wavy turn,
A woman’s body he had to learn.
He knew the Anatomy, and its function,
But clots after clots, junction after junction,
So many generations, of his cause,
Learnt a little, but the greater loss.
First a woman’s affection, and tender care,
In her body’s anatomy, never was there,
The organ of her duty to children and her man,
The dry sense and morbid reason, find not can.
The Wit Ego,
In his go,
Ventured the province of a woman’s love,
No idea he could gather, -the subject proved tough.
He vexed the self,
‘Is Science elf’?
A vain boast to solve the mystery,
The fragments of enigma, in her puma,
Is beyond science’s studied chemistry! ! !
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