An invisible black silk robe,Doesn’t it envelope all of us? —The infallible judge within,Ever ready to pass verdicts

An invisible black silk robe

Doesn’t it envelope all of us? —

The infallible judge within,

Ever ready to pass verdicts

judgemental people An Invisible Black Silk Robe

Oh, she’s one short-skirt chic.

Isn’t she then less of a character?

Oh, he possesses this ‘Islamic’ beard.

Isn’t he then less of a human?

Oh, she is not virgin anymore.

Isn’t she then less of a moral?

Oh, he feels way too much.

Isn’t he then less of a man?

Oh, she is a divorced forlorn lady.

Isn’t she then less of a marriageable?

Oh, he wears a t-shirt obsolete today.

Isn’t he then less of a smart?

 

An invisible black silk robe

Doesn’t it envelope all of us? —

The infallible judge within,

Ever ready to pass verdicts

 

By Prerna Daga

The poem was originally written here

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