Author: Durlabh Singh
So it will be then my trifled courage
Take down the soil from the untrodden ways
Down with pleasant ends & basanite desires
The common attributes second public sways.
The peach tree & its blossom will be fine
The daily walk to pleasure temples divine
The battered caravan of puffed slugs & trains
To dales of suburbia and its hopeful drains.
The rise of humble to haughty on the road
The charters of commerce in bottled up trades
The attires groomed the locks caught in strains
Men and women have fallen in laodicean daze.
Down the trodden ways down the avenues of gutter
Down the paradised row down the secured shutters
The urban crawl crawled in stenchful dreams
Then ends the elusive ambitions in doubtful gleans.
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