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The Hamlets .





The imposed morals take birth ,

Either by genetics or resultant habits ,

And through the clans of time-worn sands ,

With Nature as mind ,and go on supposes .



I am a worried bachelor , with leased spouses ,

Like a mouse with junction of holes to roam ,

Or you Miss Frailty for your satiety groan ,

As if the Egyptian queen , for her appetite .



All the Horatios turn deaf ears ,in my mutterings ,

And the causes of should and should not confuse ,

Why's urge for moral's whisper , a while, is a standby ,

The axes of which baffle on relative priority .



And you ,-my ancient friend ,-Time's beguile ,

Bear the Cross on the Rood ,as if there is no difference ,

Save a hubris of judgment , born of blind ignorance ,

That the Hamlets indulge , carry , and get lost .










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Ray subrata or Subrata Ray hails from the royal family of Nator ,-now Bangladesh . He is Headmaster of a Govt recognized 12-grade school in West Bengal ,-India ,-Moula Netagi Vidyalaya . He is double M.A English ,-literature and language . Poet ray is a global poet with about 1400 poems in the prestigious American poems ,-poetry site , Poem hunter , and Face Book . Poet ray is an eminent critic on Shakespeare , Osborne , Wordsworth , Shelly , Coolidge , Keats , Elliot , and many other poets and dramatists . Ray is a published author on History of English literature and language , English Grammar and language .He has published poetry books ,-on Love poems , Mystic poems , etc . more…

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