Fantasy's Hamlet

Poem By Konab Ghumman

Heel to heel, toes apart her feet were, making a line.
Fuzzy hair was sweet and teaching; “what’s wrong? ”
I questioned, not looking at leg, knee and the above.

Carla too, Vanessa, few more being same
They forced me look around; questioning
Funnily I saw shoes; real feet were absent.

They all shared this habit
Bare foot and on chair sit.

On my side eyes saw shoes,
All around world was shoes
Mind controlled seeing shoe
And the ears and the tongue

The eyes were microscopes, telescopes
Were agents for my mind and in wrong
No matter, what the fact talked of shoe
President-Brain, controlled ears-tongue

Came commands of attack
Bush ordered the murderer
Bombers flying on Afghan
Fire power repeated in Iraq
Friends, foes pool of blood
CIA, NSA’s cells on Globe

So Crime’s newest; Ukraine
And I asked “What’s this, ”?

Comments about Fantasy's Hamlet

There is no comment submitted by members.


Rating Card

5,0 out of 5
2 total ratings

Other poems of GHUMMAN

Why I Am Not A Christian

About a decade had passed
Bertrand Russell had written
Why I Am Not a Christian
In 1957

Hands In Air

Hands in air

In news see some tanks
Next to them the soldiers

Child Birth

Child birth

She knew everything
About us; awake or deep asleep.

So Sexy

So sexy

Shameless she stands there in open
And throws her clothes in single…

Eyes And Nose

Eyes and nose

With impacts I came home
In the heat, cold no more.

My Pass

My pass

Have stamps in my pass,
Lecturers, orators