The De-Humanized Picture Of The Twenty First Century By Ray Subrata - Poem by Subrata Ray
Tiger and Tigress’ body, with Satan’s head,
And Rattle’s poison, Panther’s lurking thread,
The Eagle’s eye concentrated to innocent prey,
Rampant in Black night’s stay, wiry, weary.
The tinged-magnet, Given by God,
To keep faith, and prayer for sin to Lord,
To judge, each day’s chapter, by conscience’s Justice,
With least wanting, and the health of honesty practice.
Greed, gluttony, avarice, and techno-twisted –sex, -honey,
Body-selling, brain-gulling, bribe-administrative –Money.
The faces bear thousands winks,
The tongue tastes forbidden things,
The hearts invites ghostly-spirit,
Body and wealth, mind greets.
Monarchy, Fascism, socialism, and then Democracy,
Al of these bear with them, cunning diplomacy.
Hopeless are the days, but hope for Night’s business,
The Day’s shadowy Vampires, trace their face.,
Lo! Feel! God takes Wrath for His best creation,
And has commissioned Noah, for the worst situation.
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