Beggar’s Enclave Poem by Sukumar Choudhuri

Sukumar Choudhuri

Balarampur Village in the District of Purulia in West Bengal.

Beggar’s Enclave



So prone-some in longing this community is!

Them honored erudite come dunning
a poor-self me!
Their keen tongue readily glisten
like alms on a golden cup.

I can see him too radiating charmis
Idling along ever though
In case I realized mendicancy around that infects
I inhibit that scene prompter of habit.

So many faces and so many hands without means
Has the milieu morphosed into beggar’s enclave!

I do not wish living on alms anymore

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Deepti Agarwal 08 September 2009

Oh my God... is it really so horrible.... never looked to it like that.. suddenly feeling extremly sorry n helpless for them...

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Sukumar Choudhuri

Balarampur Village in the District of Purulia in West Bengal.
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