Treasure Island

Bijay Kant Dubey

Five Villain Bosses of the Communist Party

Five villain bosses of the Communist Party,
The Local Committee Secretary,
The Zonal Committee Secretary,
The District Committee Secretary,
The Sate-level Committee
And the Politburo members
Of the Central Committee

All in connivance and cognizance
Walking hand-in-hand and glove
With the cheroots on the lips
And smoking
And going,
Eating, drinking and partying together with,
Taking meat, rice and vodka
And reading the People’s Paper
And going to the Party Office
To read and start life afresh
With a reading of their Bible,
Communist Manifesto.

And their men not, but the super men,
Super minds
Who themselves bourgeois,
Calling others bourgeois
As for keeping power with,
Dangling in power, politics and position,
friends with all,
Goons, loafers, drunkards and pickpockets
Because all helpful
In letting things happen.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

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