Litan Dey

(15/04/89 / Tripura, INDIA)

Sleeping Pills

Just stop seeing me
Go and eat
No one to help her
She lives as a paying guest
She is not mature like you!
No one to guide her
Go! i would rather be alone

Dear husband, why are you so?
Why look so at my face?
Let the phone ring
I need rest
Please! give me more pills

I am mature enough than my illness
I can stay long
Before sleep you should fed
My child...good night

Submitted: Tuesday, June 18, 2013

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Small family husband, wife and their child.she is very ill; yet dont forget to read her dialogue.

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