Bijay Kant Dubey


Gandhi In The Age Of Post-Truth Evaluation - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

Gandhi,
Was he a good man
Or a bad man,
How to say it?

Was he good,
Was he bad,
But a man was he
Surely

With the merits
And demerits of own
Which but every man has.

Gandhi and his relevance
Posterity will say it,
For what was he,
Lived he.

If Gandhi's statues
Are pulled down,
Gandhigiri will remain it here.

The loafers and hippies will definitely
Not forget his legacy
As romanticism and modernism
All has been experimented by them.

What the coterie of Ghana University says it
That not the thing of our concern,
You may not keep the state there
But dishonour you not anyone.

If Gandhi was not a great man
He would be definitely a politician,
Why do you not accept it?

Topic(s) of this poem: art


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 9, 2018



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