Civilization Bears Hers And His Story. By Ray Subrata - Poem by Subrata Ray
Her birth simply means worship
For hers is procreation’ book,
Nature is with her to hook,
His is slavery, and flattery,
He waits for the allotted lottery,
He searches to get one and to make fun.
As per degree and intensity,
Her and his have, no surety,
They call the in secured –bond love.
Two minds desire,
Beneath the silence fire,
They fight the duel,
The fire with the fuel.
Through out the immemorial history,
Civilization bears his and hers story.
Since slaves to keep them in comfort,
Philosophy teaches them to learn the forte,
History is their back-stepped path,
Religion supplies supporting mirth.
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