Treasure Island

Bijay Kant Dubey


The Leftist Strategy And Agenda


Man power, fire power and muscle power,
How to form a man-to-man chain,
How to utilize local forces,
How to flex the muscle,
How to communize young brains?

The hidden Leftist agenda and strategy,
How to keep power with them,
how to downplay the good and the noble
Handing power baton to proletariat dictatorship
And bourgeois leadership
And the leader not a man, but a super man.

Mad after power and petty politics,
The Leftists keep improvising,
Manipulating and maneuvering to their favour,
What they think that is unquestionable
And what others do come they under the purview of questioning.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 25, 2014

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