Bijay Kant Dubey


Librarians


Librarians actually suffer from inferiority complex,
The status they talk of
Is their ego
Otherwise the things are not
What these appear to be
Who in reality are
The old-timer book-binders and book-keepers,
A clerical job
Which the submissive ones used to do
Without any nagging,
But the modern men,
The new appointees,
I mean the new age librarians,
Most career-oriented and bluffing
As without being scientists
They call themselves information scientists
And officers,
But i do not
Which magistrates are they?

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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