Aniruddha Pathak

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A child three-way styled


Marx-Angels sired a common love child,
With a poor maiden whom they reviled,
Both argued but agreed
Not who sowed passion’s seed,
And poor child remained sired two-ways wild!
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Karl Marx together with Angels exploited (they of all communists) a
maid-servant in the house employed ever since she was a child of
eight years. Karl (a proletariat at that) also never paid her for a life
time of slavery that she rendered. She became pregnant in 1850,
two years after Marx and Angels gave the call, ‘Workers of the world,
unite’. The mother gave the child the first and middle names of
Marx and Angels, and her own surname—Henry Frederick
Demuth—all so apt for what might be called a child two-way sired!
Indeed, world’s two prime proletariats— workers of the world— were
truly united in their labour of love.
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- Happenings | 03.11.09 |

Submitted: Friday, December 13, 2013

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