Vivi Swu

Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla

“When you see a white and brown

Your sacred soul is dancing.


When you see a black and Negro

When you see an untouchable and a slave

Manu and Mohammed wake up with teeth and nails.

Bhagavad Gita, Quran, and Bible wake up


When you see a Brahmin and a Bania

You cheer and smile.


When you see Chamar and Madiga

Dharma, Adharma, wake up.

Pundit and Pujari wake up.

Varnashrama Dharma and Manusmriti wake up.


Your soul is full of purity and impurities.

Your way of life is full of categorizations and conclusions.


You can’t understand Jeremy Bentham and Isaiah Berlin.

You can’t understand John Rawls' theory of justice.

You can understand only the sacred soul and body.


When I see your dancing hair and smiling teeth,

I can remember your time and joy with your pure souls.


East and West

You are the best racist icon.”

  • Author: Dr.Suryaraju Mattimalla (Offline Offline)
  • Published: May 31st, 2023 00:15
  • Comment from author about the poem: Vivi Swu is my metaphor used in this write-up to represent deep-rooted racist beings across time and space. Brown is a symbol of the predominant Asian skin color that traveled to the West, where it cheers and smiles at white things while practicing rampant racism over blacks and untouchable castes. Remember, queers of brown color are super-racists and religious fanatics like their dominant genders. Brown skin and white masks are naturally common on brown skin. They are chameleons and parasites and can have any mask and ideology according to time and available resources.Dr. Suryaraju Mattimalla Author of the globally acclaimed "Compatibility of the Death Penalty with the Purpose of Criminal Punishment in Ethiopia". Author of the "Why I Am Not Indian: The Untouchable Rejecting India's Citizenship"
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