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M.D Dinesh Nair

Freshman - 1,505 Points (Thrissur/Vijayawada)

THE FROWN OF THE OTHER ROSES


Request: Please read this poem only after reading the one titled ' THE BLACK ROSES'.

The frown upon the faces of the other Roses
Disheartens me quite often, you know not.
But I am amused at the liberation of the Black ones
Around us and they never let a sigh out these days.

I rejoice at the tranquil and charming sight of many
A Garden of the Black Roses around your homes.
Your agonies and mine have died for ever as you know
The fragrance is the same as for all of them.

The Red Rose, the Lily, the Jasmine and the Hibiscus
Cast their eyes off me to make me feel annoyed.
Annoyances and embarrassments can never be felt
For my present has been re written by you all.

I salute your goodness in accommodating
All these flora of great identities in your gardens.
The liberation of these Black Roses has thus revolutionized
Your world of prejudices and done the work!

First submitted: Sunday, October 21,2012

Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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