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A Half-Read Man's Half-Read English, An Englishman's Alsatian Dog Too Can Growl In English

We the Indians, after knowing a little English, think we ourselves
The great learners of it,
I mean the masters of the language
But we have forgotten it
That the master of the masters
Lies he there
And the reality is this we the learners
Of an acquired language, an alien one,
A link language,
A dictioanry consulting one

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