To Dr. Lee

Poem By Bichitra Anand

Biggest ever lock
On the entrance of the globe
Biggest ever silence
Reign everywhere in the world
Biggest ever threat to millions live
End with blazing fire unlocked at cremetion ground.

We locked Dr. Lee
Silenced Dr. Lee
Cremeted Dr. Lee
But,
Lee is immortal
Today,
His soul moves in air
Unlocked and gloomy
To see the world
Lockdown in unending moratorium.

Comments about To Dr. Lee

But, Lee is immortal Today, His soul moves in air Unlocked and gloomy To see the world Lockdown in unending moratorium. very fine presentation. you have very highly creative mind. tony


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