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This poem has some lovely writing...congratulations on being published...I especially liked these lines:The smell of unsmoked bidi leavescaressed by nimble fingers of women, youngand old, in factories overloaded withwomen, for they’re cheaper, more reliableand don’t drink. All they do, is workand smile and save money for theirdaughters’ and sisters’ weddings to beheld under thatched, nameless roofswith indistinct tharavad flavors. Theirsmiles burst out, like pomegranates whencut open.
Thanks Bob! So glad you think so...:)regs,divya
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