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These poems are refreshingly simple and fun to read. They are thought-provoking in the most constructive way: the genial humour makes the controversial stuff slide easy and yet not without appropriate notice. Kolatkar's clever use of language is amazing and he manages to make the language his own, very effortlessly too. The form reflects the content as the progression of the book takes you on a journey through the small town of Jejuri, which is at once relatable.
"ChaitanyaA herd of legendson a hill slopelooked up from its grazingwhen chaitanya came in sighte hills remained stillwhen chaitanyawas passing bya cowbell tinkledwhen he disappeared from viewand the herd of legendsreturned to its grazing"