Bijay Kant Dubey


My Bengali Wife Most Selfish Wife, Most Self-Centred Wife - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

My Bengali most selfish wife,
Most self-centred wife,
Egoistic, hypocritical and proud wife,
Living mechanically and technically
And artificially,
Raising the curtain window-viewing
But coming not into the open,
Knows she it all
But poses to be innocent
But is the most culprit lady,
Vainglorious,
Nervous and phobiac
And chicken-hearted.

Appears she outwardly, externally
Benevolent, gentle and philanthropic
But is not,
A sober and gentle lady not
But a very complex character
Difficult to be portrayed,
Self-centred and most selfish,
To comment and taunt is her nature,
To heckle and harass
And to do ragging,
A man-hater she,
A joint family-breaker
Thinking of the nuclear family.

My Bengali wife is very critical wife,
Self-centred and selfish,
Phobiac and chicken-hearted,
Nervous and abnormal wife,
Smiles she not from her within
But keeping something in her heart,
A lady so critical,
Always criticizing and complaining,
Nagging and bragging,
Using undertones and overtones
And saying ironically
With her doublespeak,
Turns and twists of the language
Though sweet.

Topic(s) of this poem: art


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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 14, 2015



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