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His Father Had Not Been An Officer, But Calls He Himself

His father had not been an officer,
But he is sitting as an officer on chair,
Refusing to sit on ground,
But he is the same man
Who used to sit and read on a mat
In the countryside homes
And used to sleep on a rope-and-bamboo-cot.

Now calls he himself an officer,
His father had not been,

But he is an officer,
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