Treasure Island


(29-06-1976 / Guskara-Burdwan)

Ravished in Bengal!

Poor lady democracy
In her largest house
Has undergone molestation;
Bulls have bullied her
In macho brutish order…
But that`s an old news!
In the golden land of foresighted fruits
(The glory gutted long by party politics fire)
Jack cats chase now many feeble mice
Howrah Bridge bears with deafening cries!
Satanic brains get bureaucratic hands
Snakes are hissing with scam filled fangs!
Muggers are mugging even f****** franchise
Lollypops are taken away from many gaped kiddies!
What an untimely Holi with Ruby mixed plasma!
Bereaved breasts are beating with wrenching Atma!
The poor lady democracy has badly been raped- -
Gang raped by some brokers of the system
And hyena pimps of bloody power stream;
Some pansy held her hands and some eunuchs stood guard!
Let some queer fishes gasp in lidded jars
Once they are out, will be placed behind bars!

Submitted: Tuesday, May 13, 2014

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