Treasure Island

sekharan pookkat


Valediction


Inside hell and outside heaven
Both I can't give up
For dawn and closure
Procuring self and conscience.

The former I enjoyed
The later I satisfied
One my soul and the other
My hidden self esteem

Queries revealed my creed
Supplemented my genetic bond
But I believed in one caste
Of two class, men and women.

A co-valence bond
Vague and vagrant vagary
Spread the valediction
Of a distant love affair.

Submitted: Sunday, April 27, 2014

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thought of class and creed still prevails in some poets mind at least.

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