Narry Aryan

These Cities

Our cities are developing
Like ours
Around the abdomen
Where faster than the access
Is the speed of the desires.

The elderly cities
Witness regular fornication
On Immature kasbas are raising the self-articulated incidents of sodomization
And their ignored screams
Echoing like the senseless horns
Stuck on the smashed butts of the automobiles
Hang around aimlessly.

The molecules dislocated from their households
Are on to infringe
The naked thresholds of cities
For the amalgamation of new social compounds
And the foul smell evaporating from the stinks
Is spreading
From the untimely demised carrions of ambitions
Where -

Starvation exceeds the hunger
Wounds than the sensibilities
Impotency than the frenzy
And dread more than the death.

Swathing in its shadows
Heads more than the suns
The civilization coquettishly
Wander strolling alike a recruit call- girl
Like algae in the seas of radiance
People blinded of the dazzle
Are drowning where into.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 3, 2012

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