Tuesday, June 17, 2008

If you meet Nazarene on the road, Kick him

the recluse fixed up
an appointment with
the good ol' yogi
from Nazareth.


'redeem me you scum, you fukin delivery boy', recluse said

The Nazarene smiled and said,
'From where?
To where?'

recluse got angry and said,

'you fukin boorshua..
ur making spineless slaves outta ordinary men..
you and your phony preachings...
you are the fukin biggest economic hitman...
gloryfying misery and hunger and starvation.
and givin false beliefs to people
that suffering is the path to salvation..

there is no redemption
there is no salvation
there is no soul
there is no nothing..
you are a fukin CIA agent' .

He got up
and kicked the yogi.

And then went on and
wrote a book,"If you meet Nazarene on the road, Kick him!"

a practial guide on Kicking, it was even used by ManU football coach, which became a bestseller.


Nazarene smiled.
and said

'ji is us'

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That suffering is freedom and a way to salvation was preached even before the Nazarene... all that the Jews knew were sufferings.

having said that, I have not understood the poem fully

Baraka said...

it is not a poem though. just some random scribble.

it is written as a sort-of rhetoric.
the misdirected anger which we keep pouring within each other. after listening to all of it and after getting kicked, Nazarene says - 'ji is us'

Anonymous said...

you should nevr explain peoms, esp. yours...after all ji is us...

suresh said...
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suresh said...

brilliant....for fake diseases, you do need fake remedies..It is a con game..Leela 1.0 !!

Loved whatever i read !!

ji.