“One should be either a beggar or a rich person to live in this world.
Otherwise, death will be the only solution”
you are right.
life has become an ‘either…or’ game.
as the earth revolves ROUND the axis
and FOR that axis –
the axis ironically called ‘middle class’
life has become an ‘either….or’ game.
the landmarks, the ‘ten downing streets,
the ‘imaxes’, the ‘bowling alley’s
the bastis and the gallies and the infamous streets
where lives are packed like sardines …
like a pebble thrown into a silent lake
the middle class pushed the ‘cattle-class’
to the periphery, that always slants to the invisible
life has become an either….or game.
from the treacherous but their comfortable forte
be it beast-fested forests, un-mapped villages,
on the sandy edges of vengeful rivers or seas.. `
to cities with a name
they live in groups, to live as beggars,
cheats, criminals and anti-socials…
known as ‘breeding grounds’ of what not…
life has become an either….or game
or as mass without a face, but one that of an ass
sometimes, as often known as,
and comfortably labeled as BPL
for the lifeless statistics
that adds life to the hollow speeches of leaders …
life has become an either…or game.
the guy with a 7,000 crore scam on his collar becomes the brand
with his personal library, homely food and with all other paraphernalia
in the so called jail….
life has become an either…or game
this is for the ‘mass’, the common man – the NANO’
buy this, specially engineered for you, product of our Indian brain
that can silence the multinationals..
and dinesh, you filled the blank with death
the only solution you know….
# Dinesh Reddy (26), of Ramnagar, Hyderabad, India, jumped to death from the fifth floor of Radheshyam Complex in Sultan Bazar on Wensday (27th January 2010).