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I am made to believe
by Debashish Haar

Monday, August 02, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I can almost see it in the falling sunshine, in the changing faces of the crowd. Startled, dumbfounded, confused extrusions in and out of a 'golden cage'.

I am made to believe
on everything big and grand,
waxed, marbled,
or even glossy magazine covers.

I am made to believe
that the food inflation is necessary,
poor should get poorer,
and our invisible leaders
have motorcades to create traffic snarls.

I am made to believe
that MNCs not only arm twist
one another in business strategy
and talent acquisition;
they wipe their dirt with robust reforms.

Though, I do believe
that there is redemption
in this madness,
and that we will find our way
through the thick smoke of commercials.

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Reviewed by jude forese 8/4/2010
we need to look within and escape the smokescreen of the external world ... excellent poem ...
Reviewed by Peter Schlosser (Reader) 8/2/2010
You hit the nail right on the head. This is excellent, excellent, excellent writing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 8/2/2010
your preface together with the words and sentiments you express here necessarily make me think of New York today, Debs; I have just been given a beautiful belated birthday present of an illustrated guide and am gorging myself on meandering through it. I adore The Chrysler Building, though, in its time, I guess it stood for much of what is represented in your poem. In context, therefore, guess "I am made to believe" is both a retrospective and of our own life and times... and only time will tell, I guess. It seems to me we perpetually inhabit a city/dreamscape of thick smoke... I can walk the streets of your stanzas like a lucid dream... great work as always, xx



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