Bazi alis Subrata Ray (January / Formerly East Pahistan)
Grotesque, for shocking jerks,
From a beauty's mouth dog's bark,
Or a man with ass's face,
Or a novice hero in old lady's embrace.
The motley Fool cares no collective mind,
Identifies his own strangeness as he finds,
The assembled disproportions in dress and figure,
Creates a live-character on the running theater.
Giving no importance as the society is,
The psycho-comedian behaves as he pleases.
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