Treasure Island

Bijay Kant Dubey


An English Girl, How Will She In India? (English Language In India)


An English girl, how will she live in here,
Bearing the brunt of Indian heat and dust,
The baffling Indian summer
Full of swirling dry leaves
And ruffling heat waves,
Temperatures rising high,
The earth parching,
With cracks and fissures,
The water bodies dried up
And looking skywards?

English language as an English lady,
How will she live in here,
Bearing heat and dust,
Facing the ruffle of Indian summer,
A fair and fine girl,
A tender and lovely blonde,
Golden and glistening,
Rosy and white?

Submitted: Sunday, November 24, 2013
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