By Jyotsna Dwivedi
It is at 4 am in the morning every other day now,
When the mob birds, mob cows, mob men and women roam on this land.
Those birds sit on bloody bodies, bathe in their blood, feel giddy with excitement and erection.
The cows stare vaguely at the horizon, waiting to be taken away.
The men and women return to their homes to look at uncountable reflections of each other.
Jyotsna Dwivedi is a visual artist working in Delhi. Her work revolves primarily around the themes of Violence, Women and Sexuality, Memories and their meanings in our life. She also maintains a daily blog here.
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