@ In Politics - Poem by Sadiqullah Khan
Fed, a thorough bred, foul of tongue;
In politics, with deep coffers, exegete,
The prince of Machiavelli by birth,
Tongue twister, to compromise, brave
Feasted on his third marriage, all friends.
Festooned, ill humor and sick morality,
Religion is a horse with wings to the skies,
In utmost degradation is the soulless, tycoon.
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William Kentridge, Pianta della Citta di Napoli,2009, Tapestry.@ Marvelous Art Musings
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