Treasure Island

dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath

(24-11-1944(real) 24-6-1944(official) / Keralam, India)

Utopia


Nascent Poetry

Friday,16 May 2014
Nascent Poetry-14-UTOPIA! -17-5-2014-DR.K.G.BALAKRISHNAN kandangath. Kattoor-680702, India.


UTOPIA-dr.k.g.balakrishnan kandangath-
Nascent Poetry-14 -17-5-2014
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Has happened,
The inevitable;
Not an accident;
The result,
Of own commitment;
The arrogant.

Sir,
You are in Utopia;
Please just think of
The predictive voice-
That of;
Arnold Toynbee;
Ofcourse,
Becoming,
True!

At last it has rained;
It won't over rain;
or,
How far you can threaten
The poor of the floods;
O, don't shed
Your tears in vain!
(Like the good old
innocent crocodile.)

Or,
How far you can thrive,
on your
Pseudo-secularism,
Respected Sir?
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17-5-2014
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Submitted: Friday, May 16, 2014

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