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  SAMBIDHAN ACHARYA (1986-12-21)
 
 

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  1.     

What those marriage worth, I am already yours

What those marriage worth, I am already yours
We have marriage by heart not by rituals.
Our marriage is pious then those done by priests
And those other who are eyeing are big fool

Those who tell that I have no right on you
Don’t know that we are lovers by heart
Our children have already started to play
Not those physical children but our love has passed third anniversary.

Is physical marriage bigger then natural?
Even god believes in original heart marriage
Who dare to discard my say can anyone tells me?
If not then why dismay in her physical marriage

I am already husband of yours and you my wife
That crimson in your head, necklace in your neck has not value.
 
Sambidhan Acharya
   
 

   
   
 

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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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A faux pas

When she came near and said me, 'I love you.'
I disposed her proposal laughing,
She walked away and then left me,
I knew she was my best of friend,
But I never thought about her so.

After she left, I realized her importance,
Her encouragement when I was at my lows,
Her consolation when I was in sorrow,
And her support at my needy times,
It was then I realized actually I loved her.

I was deliberate to see her and confess my feeling,
Few years later she came to meet me,
I looked at her charming and ever beautiful
But, then I saw her with her charm husband
Then I realized that was my biggest a faux pas.
 
Sambidhan Acharya
   
 

   
   
 

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Am I a Mannequin?

When, I was young but, useless,
I use to look at those mannequins in the market,
Standing still and posing the clothes that its masters make it wear,
Then, I would see myself,
And see that I even haven't learned to stand in my legs,
So, I am wearing the clothes that I am bought to wear,
Then, I would look mannequin and me
And gaze both wondering who is who?

I am a chairman today, in a big company,
Again I go to the shop,
I could see those mannequins in different place,
It changes its position as per masters will,
Family, friends and my other relatives are using my power,
I am being commanded by them,
Today again I find I am the same,
And stare at mannequin and me and think who is who?
 
Sambidhan Acharya
   
 
 

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