By Debarun Sarkar
It’s time you stopped fasting
and validating the state
for all those gun toting
men on all sides.
When the militants
like the armies
and the state
Hope, hope, you do not
do not do not do not do not
betray like Suu Kyi.
Across the border, on all sides
are not imaginations worth
fighting for just like most, inside.
Love, if they do not understand, love
there is no point fighting for them
through hunger and thirst or
The Jibanananda Hypothesis
Debarun Sarkar was a student at Presidency University, Kolkata and English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. Nowadays he divides his time between freelancing and writing.
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