Dr. Yogesh Sharma

Freshman - 528 Points (1-7-1959 / india)

I Want To Be Raped - Poem by Dr. Yogesh Sharma

I want to be raped,
To protect my chastity,
To protect my honour,
And to protect my existence.

I want to be raped,
To carry on the farce of secularism,
To carry on the farce of social justice,
And to carry on divisive quotas.

I want to be raped,
To run the circus of multiculturalism,
To run the circus of tolerance,
And to run the circus of brotherhood.

I want to be raped,
To empower the corrupts,
To empower the criminals,
And to empower scoundrels.

I want to be raped,
To nurture fanatics,
To nurture caste and caste-ist,
And to nurture divisive.

I want to be raped,
To comfort terrorists,
To comfort slaughterers,
And to comfort traitors.

I want to be raped,
To lap anti-nationals,
To lap anti-people,

Poet's Notes about The Poem

N.B: This hard bitten satire was written to express anguish and frustration on deteriorating law and order situation of India day by day and we Indian project a very wrong and false secular, social justice, multicultural, tolerant picture of the country. Here criminals, anti national, terrorists, fanatics, caste-ist etc., enjoy all the pleasure but honest, disciplined and meritorious etc., lead a very oppressive and torturous life. Hypocrisy of Indian Democratic system.

Comments about I Want To Be Raped by Dr. Yogesh Sharma

  • Gold Star - 7,730 Points Veeraiyah Subbulakshmi (1/26/2013 4:56:00 AM)

    as long as the lower and lower middle class people support this system, it will exist for ever! I was happy when I was in India, but the outside world has taught me hard lessons. at no circumstance the Mother India's modesty can be violated as our brothers and sons have protected her for millions of years. if one is poor and weak, it does not mean anyone can keep the tip of their dirty finger at the tip of the big toe of mother India even to worship! Long Live My India! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2013

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