Deciduous - Poem by Saquib Anwar
Shifting upon the banks of a holy river...
Drenched in numerous funeral fires nearby,
Burning flesh and bones
Of believers, Of course!
Watchful of the masquerading flies,
Those born and bread in this holiness
Is making me philosophical,
About the stark colorless death
Of an atheist!
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