Dr PJ Raj Kamal
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Dr PJ Raj Kamal Poems
There once was a paleontologist lady An amateur researcher to say strictly She dug here and there For fossils, everywhere
Butterflies in stomach
Oh! there is a guy who has stage fright So terrible on stage is his plight And as he trembles For words he fumbles
Cute puppies play Biting mother's tail While she turns, turns around To bite her own tail
Naughty boy chased a frog It leaped, leaped O'er the garden grass Like a small bouncing ball
Don't ever in public.
Don't ever in public pick your nose It can annoy others and your boss A nasty habit And you must break it
Leaving a slimy trail
There once was a giant african snail It was caught and jailed without bail For committing a crime Of munching too much lime
A house gecko From a corner of my study Chirps Twak...twak...twak
A wasp does come and go Would it sting me, I gasp! And is building nest in my chest
I wish I were....
I wish I were young to go back To the country side, slack off under the shady jack Row along with the leaves in a cool breeze Then to plunge in a pool of deep silence
Between the lines
There was a guy with a good hand writing Soon he lost it and felt it a bad thing So practice he took In the four line book
Achu Kichu Is feeling sleepy
Dear acha amma Your achu kichu is sitting upright right...
There once was a meteorologist gent People quizzed wherever he went Hey, will it rain today? Say, he would right away
Wild goose chase
Strange men prowl under the sprawling trees
A bee Comes and stings me Sweet honey bee, still it pains Is but no more, the little bee!
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There once was a paleontologist lady
An amateur researcher to say strictly
She dug here and there
For fossils, everywhere
And made a graveyard of science quickly