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To Junaid by Joie Bose

Joie Bose is a corporate professional in the ITES industry, a former professor of Jadavpur University. She is the India Community Leader of The WIT Network. She has won Bharat Nirman Award for Literature, Nissim International Prize for Poetry, Women par Excellence Award for Literature amongst others. She has authored  Corazon Roto and Sixty Nine Other Treasons  (2015) and  Amour  (2020). She is the General Secretary of Poetry Paradigm and Mrs. India (East) 2018. To Junaid Junaid my child, did you know when you were kicking in your mothers tummy that you would have to thank Allah everyday or that you would like beef kebabs?  That on Diwali the night sky is filled with fire stars  and that Ganesha and Lakshmi come with blessings? I didn't either, I didn't either, I didn't either!  Junaid my brother, a child in the mother  has no religion as a corpse won't either  were a human to die in a jungle  and become fodder for animals more fierce than it, but humans are not human a

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