Yashovardhan Kulkarni


For The Oppressive Lurking Around - Poem by Yashovardhan Kulkarni

When its you, him, her and me,
I shall seek you, him, her and myself,
Since its me whose dark inside, ugly outside and stupid deed-wise,

If we are at our table,
I'd let the winds change directions whichever way they could
change,
Should you want to topple off the table with your farts,
I would be darker inside, uglier outside and insistingly stupid deed-wise,

But should you get so free with your hands,
That you even manage to hurl people off your side,
I would be darkest inside, ugliest outside and flamboyantly stupid deed-wise

For shouldn't you know what do you leave this world with?

Topic(s) of this poem: love and life


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 29, 2015



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