Nasarudheen.P. Parameswaran

Rookie - 288 Points (8.8.1952 / Manakad)

Where to?


Duryodhana ruled
In Indraprasth; Sakuni
Laughed; dreamed of nephew.
Ulysses so did
On his son Telemachus.
From British rulers
We Indians glided down to
The slavery of petty
Diary leaders(?) dealers.
Their sons and daughters
Queue for power: push us -
Commons off, you know?
Democracy, Bureaucracy
Crazy of power united
Keep us under Power cut
To grope in and vote.
Read, watch observe, then
From wisdom choose the way
For a change we want.
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note.Duryodhana=son of Dhrudharashtra, brother of Pandu fhusband of Pandavas' mother Kunti.Indraprasth=Present Delhi.Sakuni=Uncle of Duriyodhana and the vicious plotter.(According to Mahabharata story.) Ulysses =King of Ithaca who participated in Trojan War.(War between Troy and Sparta for Helen, the sweet princes as per Greek Mythology.) .

Submitted: Thursday, July 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: love and pain


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