Who To Exorcise The Spirit In Him? - Poem by Rajendran Muthiah
Friends avoid him as he waves corrupt wands.
The media slight him for his thirsty hands.
He is of a greed-stung tribe
who carry sacks for the bribe.
A tale could be couched knitting all his strands.
Exorcising the ghost in him can't be nipped
and licking of bribes by the laws can't be ripped.
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