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A Numerate
by Debashish Haar

Wednesday, February 20, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Each night I pass me like an arrow:
creating an Ouija infinitum,
leaving memories like old songs.

I disintegrate and reform:
drawing transparencies of the sky,
shifting like the sand dunes,
struggling like wind lost in the canyons.

I long to be launched in rockets
to look back at our smallness.
I long to magnify distances
to feel the separation.

I iron my history, and add creases,
buttons , zips and pockets
to suit latest fashions.
I'm the trendsetter.

I create zero gravity, scratch
the ocean floor, design
company logos with nanotechnology.
I'm a moral scavenger.

I pump blood for the MNCs,
conniving with law whores
and government policies.
I'm not us, a numerate
waiting for my arrival.

Copyright© 2005, Debashish Haar

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Reviewed by richard cederberg 2/20/2008
Nothing more sobering than getting a true glimpse of who we are and how we fit into a disentegrating system. Nothing pedantic here in this write.
Light and Wisdom ...



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