ANGLO-INDIANS
A POEM BY
WARREN BROWN


In sixteen hundred
British merchants came.
Soldiers followed for
adventure and fame.
The traders now set up
four colonies
To implement the trade
Charter policies.
When Britons took
native girls for their brides
All the girls parents
would cast them aside.
The outcast lady's issue
would now be
An Anglo-Indian in History.
In the past our Heroes were
Sir Gidney and James Kyd.
Now,they are Norman Hutchinson
and Peter Sarsted.
The next generation
steps in with their sole mission,
To fulfill,the Anglo-Indian Vision
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