Reality - Poem by Keshab Sigdel
Here they came
In a mission
In search of a ‘right' man.
I proposed them the tallest of men;
Very moment, they shrunk down to Liliputs themselves,
And, out of fear, they outright rejected the Guliver.
Then I proposed them the shortest of men,
This time, they themselves swelled as big as the Guliver
Out of scorn, they again rejected this poor Liliput.
Finally, I asked them who they really wanted:
'Tallest of the dwarfs, ' they humbly answered.
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