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The Virtual Takes Over – An Allegory.

The gangrene  is in the foot.

It is ferociously angry .

It resembles a reddish flame.

The sore falls apart.

Blood oozes out.

It  glitters  unashamed.

It looks horrible and ugly.


Subscribing much towards an abstract gangrene.

It lies deep in the heart.

It is rudely ferocious.

It is soaked in jealousy.

It exhibits animosity.

The abscess bursts with force.

Letting out ill will and venom in one go.


The physical affliction is unbearable.

The wound heals up with care.

The mental agony dispels hope.

The extradition becomes a torture.

The body heals.

The mind suffers.

It is the non existent that truly exists.






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Locked in the North

It is a sleepy lethargic laid back town,

Amidst a land of  sandy brown,

Holding a wonderful  delicate crown,

Displayed  in the bluish under water frown,

A  voluminous  natural  great reef barrier  grown,

Clusters of colourful corals  diligentlyy thrown,

Lying in heaps and mounds not alone.


Fish and sea urchins live along,

Sea cucumber and star fish   dive head long,

Jelly fish sting with a venom not too long,

All jointly devour the moss with a tong,

Causing a damage to the great reef all along,

Unperturbed the Ocean reef sprouts in a throng,

Not losing the lovely charm in a song.


It is Australia’s natural gift, all hail,

The only living thing  seen from space  in a trail,

Greater than the “Great Wall Of China”  in the sail,

A “mecca” to holiday makers is  a slogan   frail,

Therein lies an abundance of beauty  as though in a pail,

Hundreds of islands and coral reefs  are hinged together  in a nail, 

It is Cairns high up in the northern Queensland  posing an enticing  unveil.  








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Recoils And Relapses

There  is a saying ,

That goes with age,

That prevails at all times,

That pervades all through,

That is true till  today

“Do not  beat a snake,

Unless it stings you”



Snakes never bite you,

Unless you meddle with them

So  it is you,

Who is more vicious,

Who is more venomous,

Than the serpent.



As you interrupt the snake,

So you intervene with your counterparts,

The snake attacks with a vengeance,

Mangling your existence,

The fellow strikes  with a sweep,

Destroying your reputation.



It may be Man or Snake,

The revenge is the same.

The harm you do,

Looms large more at you,

Than over the target,

Making you null and void.



This is what happens,

When you  unnecessarily  talk,

When you spread slanders,

Giving way to dark deceits,

While at the most unexpected  time,

It recoils  and relapses on you