The Clapper (A Protest Poem)

Then set out after repeated forbiddings the grizzly Afghan Duryodhan
in blazing sun
removed his sandal-wood blooded stone attired guards
thrursting gloom brought out a substitute of morning
crude hell's profuse experience
a night-waken drug-addict beside the head of feebly lying earth
down the cruciform the clapper could not descend due to strike
babies smiled wet-eyed

by Malay Roy Choudhury

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