Bijay Kant Dubey


Bihari Cabinet of Foolish And Rustic Ministers


Murkhamantri driving the bullock-cart
As the cart man
Going to the Assembly House
In Bihar
And the vllagerly men as rustics
Seated on his cart
Going

They also going to take the oath as ministers
And Murkhamantri
As the chief minister
And while taking the onward journey from
Their villages

They gossiping on the midway,
Rubbing tobacco and chewing,
Some smoking beedis
And some cigars
As for to be modern with the times.

N.B. Murkhamantri: Foolish-minister

Submitted: Sunday, May 18, 2014

Topic(s): art


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