May 6, 2021 06:17 AM NPT
The more certain someone is about covid-19, the less you should trust them
In 2019, the medical historian Mark Honigsbaum concluded his book The Pandemic Century by saying: “The only thing that is certain is that there will be new plagues and new pandemics. It is not a question of if, but when.”
The great China had been sinking
In the murky pit of gloom.
Burnt in hookahs many a things:
Hashish, hemp and opium.
These are the opening lines of the epic Lu Xun, originally composed in Nepali language by the well-known poet Rambabu Subedi, and later translated into English by Mahesh Poudel. Subedi is a poet.