Treasure Island

Raju Baruah

(Jhanji, Jorhat, Assam, India)

Hassle, Hassle the Crazy Cage

# Hassle hassle the crazy cage #
Raju Baruah

Mask and Mask
Here mask, there mask
Musk over musk

I have forgotten my childhood face
I have lost my childhood eyes
I have lost my childhood smiles

Where is my cittern
Where is my clad

Where I lost my self

Play with clay
Sand pitch and the toys
Dews of grass
I grab with joy

Who taught me to wear mask
From where I learn to put me in husk

Every time we cheat our self
Every time we make delft
Hassle hassle the crazy cage.

Submitted: Saturday, March 06, 2010
Edited: Saturday, March 06, 2010
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  • Abhinav Baruah (3/6/2010 11:33:00 AM)

    No way out man..... Mask is mask is mask is mask..... over n over again..... let it be... for good... pierce it for evil..... (Report) Reply

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