Ayyappa Paniker

(12 September 1930 - 23 August 2006 / Kavalam, Kerala, India)

Isn't That Shameful For Us?


Everyday
at night
in the kitchen
a little food
must be kept.

Suppose,
the thief was to come
if he's hungry
doesn't find food
He
might get angry
and cross
and get away
without thieving a thing.

Isn't that shameful for us?.

Submitted: Thursday, September 06, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 07, 2012

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