Puttu Kulkarni

(08-03-1955 / Karnatak)

Paradoxical Freedom Of Utopian Welfare


Paradoxical freedom of utopian welfare

Paradoxical freedom of utopian welfare state
Decorates the coffin of innocent plebiscite

Dodger leads the dancing steps for packed fodder
Loop-holes curtains for the hidden ventilation

Helpless voice of powerless position teams
Tried to shape the route of the ethics

Hurling of abnormal elements on procession
Proclamation to light the shining Sun

Wandering in somnambulism to reach goal
Locked the symbol of awakening all

Hanging on the power lines to put the cut
Even the natural flow is subsidized

Swallowed by our shadow itself waiting for sympathy
Digging the contaminated clouds in search of the hopeful seeds

Submitted: Monday, April 02, 2012
Edited: Monday, April 02, 2012

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