The Blue Whale Game

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Rakhi revisits the Blue Whale Game and its sheer madness. She ends on a hopeful and positive note, in this verse, in Different Truths.

I know their name

But they don’t know my name

Still they play with me

The deadliest game

 

They draw my tattoo

And begin the game

I give them the tasks

With some threats to play

And they obey me

A trap in which they fall prey

 

Yes, I am the deadliest game

The Blue Whale Game

 

There are lies

There are lethal challenges

There is cheating

There is loneliness

There is depression

There is death

So I don’t want now

To be this game

 

Can someone, please,

Change the rules of game

Where there is laughter

There is joy

There is love

There is compassion

There is bliss

There is endurance

 

I want to be a colourful game

The Rainbow Game!

©Rakhi Surendra Kankane

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Rakhi Surendra Kankane has been a media professional for more than a decade. She began her career with the leading publishing houses and has participated in some top Indian television shows. She was Deputy Editor with well known movie magazine. She headed corporate communication team globally. She hails from Jabalpur, India.