Ofcourse I - Poem by Gajanan Mishra
Ofcourse I want to know forbidden actions
To know is my birth right though it has flaws.
I am not so enthusiastic that you explained
It is nothing but to escape anger before evening.
Changing of form is always welcome
And I appreciate all they are present.
What happened I can not say in this way
Thing is that you yourself have gone mad.
The doctor declared dead And I awake
See and see only to make process effective.
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