BIBHAKAR DUTTA (02-04-1987 / Malda, West Bengal, India)
Voices For Freedom
We like restoration.
the restoration of arts, of a community
Could solve the deficiency.
the deficiency, I'am taking about, is the forbidden voices for the freedom.
But I always respect some characters, some memories -
because of their skillful tendency towards holy thoughts.
They are great, and God praises their stories.
So, we need restoration but not dusty libellous summary.
I respect such voices which are odic but not odious.
They merely write some noisome earthly prose.
We don't need these to access.
So, friends the forgotten inspiring tunes will be restored again because the omnipresent God is with us.
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