“ON SOME DAYS
I AM NOT SURE WHICH DAYS
– BUT ON SOME DAYS,
they feed the impoverished ones at night – chaos ensues, dirty men and women in a haphazard line are served khichri on paper plates, mangy dogs with hopes of leftovers wait behind them, saliva dripping from their tongues. The young men are the chootiyas, the temple volunteers say, they are able-bodied, none of them are cripple, yet they beg in tattered clothes, these cunts; if they just invested in a plastic bucket and a piece of cloth and stand by a tube well at some street corner early on mornings, they’d have made a fortune washing taxis, but these buggers, all they want is enough money to buy a few tubes of adhesive, that’s all, bloody animals, they even fight for food between themselves when meal is provided, snatching stuff from each other …”
Handmade limited edition of 100 copies with Coptic binding in 12 signatures
Screen-printed Black Cardboard Slipcase with each copy features a different Hahnemühle Baryta Gloss Fine Art print tipped-in on the cover.
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