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Hardik Vaidya

(26 Dec 1969, yet to kick the bucket. / Mahuva, Gujarat, India.)

Vasant Panchami - Onset Of Spring


I was born on 26th of December,
I will Die for certain that's a no brainer.
The Muncipality will issue a death certificate is also a given,
And the date will be between January and December, if you give your kind permission.
My family gets delighted, at the Gujarati new year.
They get almost mad and crazy on the day some where at the end of the year.
I have never understood this mass hysteria,
When all their birth, death, marriage certificates bear dates dissimilar.
Yet they are in blind love, lust perhaps is more familiar,
They think they are keepers of culture, on the verge to disappear,
I am blasphemous, to me it seems they made love to a hooker,
Just left cash on her dresser.
I am happy being a idiot, may my ilk die without progeny,
Sperms are not the only vehicles of humanity.

Submitted: Friday, February 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 15, 2013
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I have never understood the extreme narrow minded ness of my close and extended family at being so dumbfounded at their ecstasy for going gaga over a new year which was never theirs. I pray The Lord gives all stupid Indians the courage and vision unlike corporate vision statements to embrace the global new year as their own, since when did time become your mistress?

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