Tuesday, 4 December 2012

FREEDOM


In order to survive I had to remain awake so as to keep a close watch on my enemies’ action. My poor soul was ruthlessly being subdued by my foes. For the last one month I had  been held as a captive. I was mercilessly being subject to harsh punishments. Alas!I  was able to break those strong chains.Hurrah!I have fled from the prison. Ah! How nice is this feeling of “Freedom “after the “Examination”. 

Oops! Have I made a mountain out of  a molehill? :P
                                                                                      - Tanushree Dutta
                                                                                               
                                                                                             

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  1. WERE YOU PUNISHED / YOU COULD KNOCK / THE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION / IF NOT IT WOULD / BE AN ACT OF OMISSION / BUT YOU HAVE THE VISION / THE MISSION SANS ALL TENSION / AND IT'S RAINING / ALL CARNATIONS / CAUSE IT'S TANU / ALWAYS IN MOTION---

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    1. No student can ever
      evade from this harassment.
      Facing an examination
      is the worst punishment
      (especially for those who burn
      their midnight oil at the eleventh hour).
      Knocking the Human Rights Commission
      is never an option
      As they only give vague solution.
      The best instance
      is their recent act of Semesterization.
      Even though I have a vision
      but that is Utopian.
      Hence my desires which are surreal
      can never be fulfilled
      in this world which is really practical.
      So,I am bounded by
      the chains of tension
      but only during examination.
      There would be raining carnations
      only when I have achieved my destination.
      The prisoner is now temporarily out from jail
      that too on bail!

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  2. BAILABLE OFFENCE----SIMPLY GREAT--

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