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Bijay Kant Dubey


Contemporary Indian English Poetesses, Super Mod, Modernistic, Hi-fi, Urban Fashionistas, Socialites And Miss Towns


Modern contemporary Indian English poetesses
Super mod, modernistic, hi-fi urban
Fashionistas and socialites,
Doing do goodies,
Exchanging pleasantries,
Looking dyed-dyed and colourful,
Artificial and mechanical,
Appearing natural
But not at all,
Very, very dangerous ladies,
Selfish and self-centred,
Wanting to ever in the media limelight
As for love-affair, park kiss
Or shedding the crocodile's tears
As for feminism
And for to be a feminist
She can make her hubby
Henpecked
After making look after
Sons and daughters
As her career
And burn the oven.

Submitted: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Topic(s): art


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