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  145.     

Sympathy

Bandaging the wrist of the hand
that cries foul plays mind-games
look at me it says with a white
flag emblazoned – you can’t miss
this face of vulnerability or fail
to see the pain nobly etched
bravery’s for fools tamed to
the taciturn god of reticence

Faced with plague-like aches
contumacious in persistence
do you choose silent obedience
or vicarious praise in sympathy
from insecure watchers who
jealously self-flagellate
© 31 January 2010, I. D. Carswell
 
Ivan Donn Carswell

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  146.     

Stigma Enigma

What's in it for me?
You don't have my sympathy.
I don't hear your crying plea.
You're just another anomaly.
Six thousand years of History,
My Cronies and I will have you see
The World and how it's meant to be.
You and I will never agree.
 
Debora Soramaki

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  147.     

The Black Berry—wears a Thorn in his side

The Black Berry—wears a Thorn in his side—
But no Man heard Him cry—
He offers His Berry, just the same
To Partridge—and to Boy—

He sometimes holds upon the Fence—
Or struggles to a Tree—
Or clasps a Rock, with both His Hands—
But not for Sympathy—

We—tell a Hurt—to cool it—
This Mourner—to the Sky
A little further reaches—instead—
Brave Black Berry—
 
Emily Dickinson

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  148.     

HOLOCAUST

HOLOCAUST


a vulture is hovering around the sky
the night is dark
a mother-bird is assuring her chicks
to provide food at the dawn

but alas the days are darker now
the air is filled with
unfaithfulness hatred and suspicion
the vulture is ready to pick up the
little birds any moment

the mother cannot get food for her chicks
she cannot go out
there is no sympathy no faith no trust
in this land of Tathagata

the vulture is hovering around the sky
the minds are crippled with fear and suspicion
let the church-bell ring
the conch be blown at the temple
the azans be prayed at the mosque
let again the peace be dawned
in this land of Tathagata

Rajkumar-Seychelles



 
Rajkumar Mukherjee

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