Treasure Island

Deepta Protik Osman


When I Were


When I wore a churi
It was like eating khichuri.
When I went to bari
Was catty scary.
When I thought of jutas
Here, a stuff animaled ass.
When I danced with a chul
It’s hot, made it cool.
When I wore many jamas
Ek jan growled: Where’s pajamas.
When I was a chele
Dui kicked on the raiway.
And when I fed a biral
It turned into a bell.

Submitted: Friday, September 04, 2009
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