Aparna Chatterjee


Living


Whatever
The weather,
He has to go out
To work to earn
A living...
So that despite
Our diurnal struggle
For existence -
We can tell the world
Yes, we are 'living'...

Submitted: Tuesday, November 06, 2012

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(dedicated to my husband who braves the erratic UK weather to go out to work esp. hard for him during its severe winters; he doesn't have much family time due to his long working hours; so he heavily relies on me to be there for our children whom he loves very much)

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