Adreyo Sen – LABELING

People who think
labels are important
use them blindly.

It’s their faith
that’s blind.

Those with blind faith
know labels don’t exist.

They just classify automatically.

Labels are powerful
when we don’t know
their meaning.

That makes them terrifying.


Born to humble but industrious parents, the delusional Adreyo has
grand hopes of becoming a world-famous poet and lunching with Mark
Wahlberg (not necessarily in that order). He lives in Kolkata,
suffering nightmares induced by too much exposure to Bronte and
Durkheim and other forms of indigestion during his university years.
He has been published in Fat City Review, Danse Macabre and Kritya.


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