Vinod Sharma


Abhishek Quake


Grinning, in his High Court chamber, undressed Singhvi Abhishek,
In trust he thrust, but a secret camera caught his bare ass shake;
Fake! he raged, it's a private matter;
Press he gagged, couldn't internet chatter.
When people rage, no boss or judge can save you from the quake.

Submitted: Friday, June 08, 2012
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'Sin Is In' and the limerick 'Abhishek Quake' emerged from the sex CD of Member of Parliament, Congress party spokesman and lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi, in which he allegedly has sex with in his chamber with a lawyer who he promises to make a judge. Sighvi got a court ruling against airing of the tape by TV channels and, ss usual, the media obliged by blanking out even a mention of it. But the CD went viral over the net and created a national furore. Initially he claimed it was fake, then said it was a personal matter, but eventually had to quit as spokesman etc.

Comments about this poem (Abhishek Quake by Vinod Sharma )

  • Veteran Poet - 1,229 Points Thomas A Robinson (7/18/2012 2:01:00 PM)

    It is wonderful the internet.So powerful it can tople governments even connrct poets around.the world52674 (Report) Reply

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