Blood has been insecure since birth.
Become scepter the red eyes of the womb
And there are volcanoes
And they are dormant.
And will lose chance the alleys
To meet the highway
And revolution to meet the definition of silence.
About the author:
Partha Sarkar, a resident of Ichapur, a small town of a province West Bengal Of India, is a graduate who writes poems inspired by the late Sankar Sarkar and his friends (especially Deb kumar Khan) to protest against the social injustice and crimes against nature. His poems have been in different magazines both in Bangla and in English. Once, he would believe in revolution but now he is confused because of the obscurity of human beings, though he keeps fire in soul despite.
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