They - Poem by Nassy Fesharaki
Embarrassed of myself for not having read
I approached a classmate asking question:
“What do you think of Duddy? ”
And this was not the only one.
Today’s university is like this now.
No need of enemy for me, enough is this one
Tough enough I am, turning life upside down
Raising burning hell for myself
Out of mind I am to like it.
They relax and easy wear their masks.
Leisure is for today’s life, simple task.
But not me!
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