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Hinal Mhatre

Abstract Drama Tragedy


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Hinal Mhatre

Abstract Drama Tragedy


Nothing's Wrong

Nothing's Wrong

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He couldn’t bear the thought of leaving.

For he loved the darkness

and cozy conversations,

and limited people

and full-sleeved shirts

that reveal nothing.


“I hate everything”

“I am my everything”

he says.

But he won’t be allowed

to stay without light.

For his well wishers think

that light is better.

But don’t they know

burnt eyes prefer darkness?


He masks himself

in an over-confident person

who points out at ceiling fans

“Look at my fans,” he says it as a lame joke

“One day I’ll hang out with them,” he thinks.


He wants to take a Boo Radley challenge

But he is not sure what to falsify

the house into.

Though Radley never stepped out

of his house under the sun

He did roam around at night.

But what is difference

between day and night

when one’s eyes don’t want to look up?


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