(To CID Sivanandam)
A bullet breaks the sound barrier in dawn’s shut-eye hour.
A smoking gun’s shadow boils hard on the white wall.
The protagonist hurtles down the rabbit hole only
to return as a ghost that dies again and again.
Scene 1: Question 1#
Choose the correct answer from the choices below. Rajan was killed
because he was:
a) an avaricious brother
b) an insensitive brother in law
c) a deserting womanizer
d) the envy of a carnally frustrated neighbour
More often than not, time holds the finger
pressing the trigger
On 11 October 1943
a Japanese bomb inscribed with Chennai’s name
sent a radio message on safe arrival
floods over and
On a day like that
a traitor falls to his pathini
who would rather kill a husband than let the country burn
e) none of the above