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  17.     

Museum Of Culture

Preserving the culture has been like the tusk of mastodons,
This is only suitable for preserving in the billiard balls,
Sustaining the culture has been like the extinct saber truth,
That is only suitable for experimental use.

Other customs are influencing on the real ones,
Like Mongols of east, east culture is ruling west,
And, as barbarians of west, west cultures have come to east,
So, preserving it has been a museum’s job.

In the show case of museum our tradition is seeing the change,
Youth are busy copying other’s tradition,
All are getting puzzled in culture,
Can’t we once again retain our own ethnicity?
The clear answer I hear is ‘no’.
Thanks to Museum of culture which is dong it.
 
Sambidhan Acharya

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  18.     

In A Certain Culture

In a certain culture,
People do eat and drink blood;
In a certain culture,
People wake up early to eat before they brush their teeth;
In a certain culture,
People eat animals already found dead;
In a certain culture,
People wake up early to eat before they bath;
In a certain culture,
People eat snakes and dogs;
In a certain culture,
People wake up to brush their teeth before eating;
In a certain culture,
People eat monkeys and crocodiles;
Ina certain culture,
People wake up in the morning to bath before they eat;
In a certain culture,
To be naked at the beachside is okay;
In a certain culture,
It is a taboo to be naked at the beachside;
And this is all about life on this earth!
Because what is sweeter on your lips is bitter on mine;
And it is very strange to experience all these facts around the world.
 
Edward Kofi Louis

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Multicultural Day

People of many Nations of black and white and brown
They celebrate their cultures in the big park in the town
Migrants and children of migrants from places near and far away
Their cultures are celebrating on Multicultural Day

People of Australasia, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas the contrast it is great
They sing their songs and dance their dances and their cultures celebrate
Their costumes are so beautiful so flowery and so bright
A look into their cultures is an amazing sight.

Their music, song and dance and food and cultures with them they do bring
The gift of Multiculturalism it is a marvellous thing
The vast differences in cultures interesting for to see
And song and dance and music does lead to harmony.

In the blue and sunny sky above the city just a few clouds of gray
They sing and dance and play their music their cultures on display
People of many Nations from near and far away
The town is full of colour on Multicultural Day.
 
Francis Duggan

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Love And Money

When love encounter money or money is corrupted by love,
or love decreases the value of money. The money will slowly destroy love,
words of love can cloud one judgement; love weakens the value of money,
The sweet moon can also be moved once.
Love can be fascinating and inviting when money is used. When love is
exchanged for money, maybe love can last longer; use money to buy love, love is
likely to last forever.
Love is the scholarly knowledge, MOney is a soldier. Soldiers will
command the harvest of love, love is exchanged for money, command
is the rule, the money is by faith, the command is executed,
otherwise love will instantly vanish.
Love is of the Oriental culture, the money is of the Western culture.
Oriental culture seeks permanence, Western culture
advocating peer exchange and instant passion. Permanence
requires true facts, instant passion just confuses the mind.
Love is the Oriental woman, the money is the Western man, a woman's
love still linger in the Eastern culture, the Western men love to get more money
to harvest. Oriental women suffer when the Western men take their money,
the money has become a slave for a woman, or a woman's money
is cumbersome. Women became a slave to the money, will lose
the woman's life and happiness; Money is unmanageable and a burden for a woman.A
woman will quickly abandon the rational way of thinking.
Love is supreme in the Oriental culture, the money dominates the Western
culture. Sacrificing love in the oriental culture, is like
the Western culture fighting for money. When the East and the West clash over love
, the money becomes the values of the East vs West game.


Translated by Tak
 
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