Merely A House

Merely A House

(In a large dining room of a bungalow. The dining table has three pairs of chairs facing each other and another pair at the head and tail ends of the table. A lady probably in her late twenties is found busy setting the table up for a meal. A clock facing the audience strikes ten. This lady is clad with an over-tight outfit: a very tight, tiger-coloured body-hug blouse, a tight pair of white jeans shorts with a huge black belt, and a pair of black platform shoes intended to heighten her. She stops momentarily to look up slightly in thought. Then, she goes to a gate-leg table and lights a Benson & Hedges.)

Teach Me

Teach Me

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever” –Gandhi For wisdom and knowledge, I hunger and yearn. Teach me, Let me from childhood learn. Don’t blame the government, And their promises never kept. We can’t wait for them forever. Forget the classrooms, They are just walls. We … Continue reading Teach Me

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