You Tell Us What to Do

You Tell Us What to Do

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By Faiz Ahmed Faiz Translated by Agha Shahid Ali When we launched life on the river of grief, how vital were our arms, how ruby our blood. With a few strokes, it seemed, we would cross all pain, we would soon disembark. That didn’t happen. In the stillness of each wave we found invisible currents. The boatmen, too, were unskilled, their oars untested. Investigate the matter as you will, blame whomever, as much as you want, but the river hasn’t changed, the raft is still the same. Now you suggest what’s to be done, you tell us how to come

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