veeraiyah subbulakshmi


The designer kids...


Juicy nectar flowers attract the bees and ants,
Choices of mankind always favor the greats,
Outside their Mansions, there is the crowd,
Signed one after another to be the best.

The power seems to lighten up the entire paths,
The power uproot the trees of tap and sebaceous roots,
The power changes the wind to be the electrical,
The power converts the people to be the robotically cynical.

The false smile below the threaded eye brows,
The shiny teeth in the aesthetically enhanced face,
The drowsy eyes beg for the much needed sleep,
Recently dyed crown with the perfectly fashionable soul.

The wild place is tamed and the fire is doused,
The new designer seeds are spread in the nets,
The bumper crops on the field of lassitude,
Let us gather and show our foxy smiles.

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
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