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Incomplete
by Debashish Haar
Saturday, January 27, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The shadow is mistaken for the ink
that flows from a wound…
the shadow, ink, and wound.

Thoughts drown in the morning,
shine at night with the stars,
and splash their colors.

In between, life floats in the sleeves of wind,
when the traffic grows
like the sexual desire,
or some kind of bacterial culture,

when little children learn
multiplication tables,
perhaps to amend
the arithmetic mistakes
bequest upon their lives,

when traders in stock markets defy
all options and futures,
blue chips eat one another like dogs,

when code coolies invent
polymorphism in blissfully married lives,
documentation teams stroke
their egos with eyeliners, hairdos,
and fancy t-shirt slogans.

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Reviewed by jude forese 1/28/2007
well developed images to this persuasive social statement of psychological anomaly ...
Reviewed by Hiren Shah 1/28/2007
Wide variety of examples used well- liked the one on stock market. To me "incomplete" is not meeting your purpose in life which is what you have said in your intro through Swami Vivekanand- I recently got the best prize for my answer on Education at yahoo. In case interested, link is
http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AnVPh8ZiwITllIgskmFvBKmQHQx.?qid=20070117224201AAPR8YF&show=7#profile-info-AA10014964
Reviewed by richard cederberg 1/28/2007
A very internalized view. We live in an ever increasingly complicated world - it surely gives those with eyes something to ingest and write about.

One of your reviewers used the archaic word "fluxions" to indicate a certain flow or discharge from this write. I agree! I enjoyed your cynicism in this.

Richard Lloyd Cederberg
Reviewed by Debra Harmes-Kurth 1/28/2007
Complicated and intriquing imagery and message. I found this piece not only well written, but blaring its stuble thought process, into the reader. Well done.
debra
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 1/27/2007
Is the ink blood? Most of our hard endevours are written in blood. Great imagery and complex ideas. Victor
Reviewed by J M 1/27/2007
Poet I found this to hold many fluxions in your discriptive society and engaging verbal and skillful imagery. Changing and always changing or trying to take the action of unity and acceptance. Well done thought provoking poem to say the least.

Light & Blessings,
Joselyn
Reviewed by Linda Hill 1/27/2007
Thought provoking write, Debashish...

EXCELLENT!!

~Linda~
Reviewed by Sherry Heim 1/27/2007
You have entered the deluded fog that so many people seem to spend most of their time in, Debs. Very interesting and intricate poem.
Take care,
Sherry
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