No Right To Return

I was born in Tibet
My home is there
Yet no right to return
Until we’ll get freedom

………… “No Right To Return” is a very simple, short, and it might be a work of an hour’s effort but every single word in the poem symbolizes the tortured, tired, and pain coated feelings of one and all Tibetan Refugees in India, and beyond.
It is a lonely poet’s poem, a very sad singer’s song, and a cry of a child who has no family to depend nor a home to return but only vague memories of childhood.

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