The Drama Of Kiran Bedi, The Nautanki Of Coming Into Power - Poem by Bijay Kant Dubey

The drama of Kiran Bedi
Nobody knows it her
Lust for power,
Her perception of being
She only honest,
Honest not,
Dry honest, dry and dead honest,
But God knows it,
Who is but honest,
Everyone is for one's belly?
She must clear her perception
That she is not only talented IPS,
But there are many like,
She is not only one,
Is she only one talented IPS,
Is there none like her,
So, why to be
Boastful and egoistic,
Why to be puffed with pride,
Why to go politicking
And politicizing
Just for selfish ends?

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