Ranjit Ravindran (12-12-1982 / Visakhapatnam)
I feel the intensity of your pain,
As I have prayed for years in vain;
For the windmill in my university lane,
Which stands abandoned to be slain.
What a view she would present,
If made to whirl at the wind's current;
Instead she's attired in a rusty vestment,
Standing majestically to be extinct.
This is in response to 'Broken Windmill' by Ms. Marilyn Lott.
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