One Poem By Prateek Joshi

In the far memory, I accidentally remain sober
The room is thick with liquor
Glasses pass. Bottles open. Alcohol flows.
Anarchy boils at midnight

Prateek Joshi is a medical graduate from New Delhi, India. A voracious reader, poetry for him is a means of release from the everyday jargon. His style of writing remarks upon self-examination — an objective assay of experiences. He has recently self-published a book of short poems, titled, “Anatomy of a Self-Indulgent Moongazer.”

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