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Che Guevara’s right toe

My verse written in deviated experimental Haibun form is included in the May issue of The World of Myth Magazine, Canada. I am included among ten poets and besides it, there are so many beautiful stories, horror, science, reviews, and art pieces. They are sufficient enough in shaping your time in engrossed mode.

My verse is Che Guevara’s right toe, which is based on Che Guevara who was a great revolutionary, besides being a doctor and writer. For me his personality is more important than political thoughts. That is in the essence of this poem. You can read it on the following link. Critical review and rating is important for me.

Thanks to editor in chief Stephanie J Bardy.

Che Guevara’s right toe

Che Guevara died on the left crossroad in broad daylight. I loved his right tepid toe, laid down upon a plank. I saw him on the Discovery Channel, thirty years later. If Che Guevara survived there and would have died later in right returning

under a red lorry, still I would have loved him because I read his letter to his children Hildito, Aledita, Camilo, Celia and Ernesto. My eyes shared the scene on the window sill, The red brook was taking a rapid course, left and right and

a gust of wind on my writing board

picked off every letter,

I am facing my effaced slate, fondling

the tiny tweet,

amid bickering of Kafka’s bureaucrats.

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