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Sankhajit Bhattacharjee Poem 252

Scientific Research Fellow in University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

'How Many Roads'

Shakespeare was finding the secrets of sonnets.

Keats Shelley Byron were solving the riddles of romanticism.

Tennyson was worrying much about war.

Wordsworth was enjoying the delicacy of daffodils.

Yeats was igniting the flame of freedom.

Tagore was lost in generosity of Gitanjali.

Eliot was changing his mind to modernity.

Frost was wondering about woods.

Whitman was celebrating civil war.


Dylan dictated democracy.



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