DON’T FEAR, DEAR

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Don’t fear, dear,

I do no harm, I promise,

For one eve let me sit beside you.

 

She coldly stares, and her

Eyes fixed to her feet

For a while, and next she beams.

 

‘Okay, it’s done,’ she flashes,

So we sit side by side under the orange sky,

And lazily eye the hazy hill.

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Abu Siddik

Abu Siddik

It's all about the unsung , nameless men and women around us. I try to portray them through my tales. I praise their undying suffering and immaculate beauty. And their resilience to life's vicissitudes, oddities, and crudities I admire. They are my soulmates who inspire me to look beyond the visible, the known, the common facade of the educated and the intellectuals.

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