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  SAMBIDHAN ACHARYA (1986-12-21)
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Am I dead?

I could not feel the touch,
I could not feel the lust,
I could not feel the fear,
And also the charm.

I am in air,
Flying above all,
I can only see the sobs in my home,
But, I was surprised at them when I see them cry.

I wandering bout what had happened looked above,
A pleasant looking face smiled at me,
Telling to come near him,
Then, I pinched my self and then I knew I was dead.
Sambidhan Acharya




BLACK, was my life when your father left
When his corpse was handed to me I was pale yellow,
I remembered my wedding days when I was blushing red,
But, now all the life was blank and white for me

I was alive to see you my son grow dark brown young and energetic,
I then send you the army, thinking you will bring
The joyous green in our house again,
When I got the message that you too are martyred again I went purple with fear

Today, yet again I have lost the redness which once you had tried to bring,
I am painted yellow in my face due to tears,
I am fed up with this life yet again which has left me blank white,
Once again, your departure has left my living journey vacant
And turned it to BLACK.
Sambidhan Acharya



Can I help that village?

Once upon a time I went on the country side,
I wanted to ride a rickshaw,
He took me sweating all over,
Rode me to my guest house for few pennies.

I was aghast by his deep smile which urged for the money,
I wanted to pay him all I had but, he refused to take it.
I thought it's his loyalty towards his work,
Then, sighed and went to my living place.

Then, the day after I decided to roam the village,
I could see the naked boys and girls running from the street,
I could just bear the scene for sake of bearing,
I felt same f myself as I could do nothing to console their cold.

I returned home holding the pain,
And thinking that the knowledge that I had acquired is all waste,
I knew the knowledge should help others,
But, could do nothing from my knowledge; except staring at them.

Then, I was asked at home about my village,
I was left with tears of the villagers' trouble,
I said yes, I liked the village,
But, can I not help them?
Sambidhan Acharya




People are killing each other for few pennies,
Hunger has caused it so,
Life has been as cheap as a stone lying by,
The cause is crisis,
Crisis has been that disease which no one can escape.

Women are selling their body at dinner’s rate,
Value of them as an idol has gone,
Now they are known by the name prostitute,
The cause is crisis,
Crisis has been that fear from which no women can escape.

Young aspiring people are engaged in drugs,
Those who are not in drugs are swimming in the pond of alcohol,
Frustration is clearly seen on their face,
The cause is crisis,
Crisis has been the cause due to unemployment.

Crisis has affected everyone, and is everywhere,
The world is going inhuman due to it,
Will there be day when it might get over,
And all the people will be free from fighting it.

If God, gives me the right to use his mightiness for a day,
I will certainly remove the word crisis, which human’s fear.
Sambidhan Acharya
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