Treasure Island

Nilanshu Agarwal

(19/02/1973 / Allahabad)

Greedy Indians


With eyes passionate
Watch acts forbidden.
With tongues uncontrolled
Use laschivious words.
With ears impure
Hear licentious conversation
With hearts dirty
Pine for the vicinity of the opposite sex.
They are jealous
Of the dogs, cats, rats and lizards
Cohabiting in the open.

Submitted: Saturday, August 02, 2008

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