Poem by Bhoj Kumar Dhamala

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A Short Bio: Bhoj Kumar Dhamala (Nepal) is M.A, M.Phil in English Literature. He is leading educationist, lecturer for undergraduates, and the Founder Principal of Zone Academy Boarding School, Boudha, Kathmandu. He has published his articles and poems in different national and international media/journals. He is passionate to write for social cause. He writes less but what he writes is always meaningful. He believes one cannot be the writer just jotting down the words. He is the published author of the poetry anthology “The Selfish City.” (a book of 54 poems) He is a social activist too and has been supporting Anirudra Memorial Geriatric Home, Okhaldhunga, Nepal, as Vice- Chairman.

Some of his poems have been published from the USA, Russia, India, Tunisia, Japan, Guatemala, Argentina, the UK, Albania, Nijeria, Canada, and Bangaladesh. He can be reached at the following social media platforms. He writes in English despite being Nepali.


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Everywhere, a mess

You can do nothing, wait and see

The time is changing and you

are not. Exertion less valued.

The numbness does not halt

Favored, you have a chance

Shift, otherwise you are puppet

of the show. None hears you,

Citizens, your fate is cursed

As Oedipus, the king, destined for

Your own bizarre until and unless

You understand your circumstances.

Bhoj Kumar Dhamala (Nepal)