The Wave of Redemption?

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Dushyant Yadav

Like Prince said, “I was dreamin’ when I wrote this
Forgive me if it goes astray”.

Well, folks, I am too young to theorise, so my writings are all purgative in nature. If it offends you, you’re probably brittle, for “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me!”


Good people of India, be thankful to your almighty for this second wave of Corona Virus. You needed it. You had it coming !

I think we are getting a good look at each other, eh? You all rejoiced when Dr Kafeel Khan was scapegoated, and today you’re desperately demanding what he was wailing for—medical oxygen. You all blamed Tablighi Jamat for a medical emergency that your beloved supreme leader and his government failed to manage. Well, now your own goddamn saints are taking a dip in the holy water (or blood?). You all went preposterous suggesting the migrant workers slept on the rail tracks. Now you’re sleeping on deoxygenated beds counting breaths. Y’all needed this second wave to fix your respective conscience.

My only discontent is that in this unwarranted act of introspection for you, my SC, ST, OBC, and minority people are being claimed every minute. You didn’t even spare us in death. Fuck you all !

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