Saju Abraham
Alwaye, Kerala, India
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A Camouflage

His camouflage struck me the most,
As he lay with his face down,
In a river of murky water,
Murkier by his blood.
Far away a little boy smiled at his mother,
Not knowing grief on their heels.
Who did he fight for?
Who did he die for?

His masters camouflaged their dreams,
And flashed his hope before him.
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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 07 January 2014
A lurid story presentd in a powerful amazing way. Kudos. Do tel us which people n place is it refering to as to d victims n d opressor. And i hope u coment my latest poem.
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Seema Chowdhury 08 September 2011
A nice topic to write about. A thought provoking piece.
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Narayanan Ramakrishnan 16 February 2011
a very pensive poem. poor people led to fight for somebody's glory. great write. expect more
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