a poem by Satheesan Rangorath, India - poetry writer, author, poet

When I was born,
They called me Blackman.
I wore white clothes.
Then I became white man.
I had a tanned skin later.
They called me brown man.
I was young,
when they called me Youngman,
a macho man then.
I was a gentle man at parties.
Where I was a ladies man
They called me married man,
when I got married.
Then I became,” that “man,
when I did odd jobs.
I became a man of many things.
A man of substance!
Finally a human,
a man,
then an old man,
now an invisible man.
Buried deep in memories,

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