Bijay Kant Dubey
Bengali Nagaraja's Daughter Nagakanya As My Wife
Nagaraja, I mean King Cobra's daughter
Nagaknaya, Cobra Daughter,
I mean Cobra Princess
Is my beloved.
The Bengali Nagaraja plays the wooden been there
In his house
And the Cobra Princess
Dances she at home.
I fear, fear it
That one day I may not last
As for the lethal,
Venomous and poisonous bite of the reptile.
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