Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A CHOICE TO BE MADE!


Many love letters reach me on line
From young ladies of various ages!
They all say they are impressed
With my profile and wish to move.
If I contact them, each one says,
They would send their photos
And can we go on in love long!

Names are many but message is same
As all the letters are stereotyped ones!
When I was thinking about first one
And wrote a poem about my view
Many advised me to accept love!
So, what could be the choice I have
Among Meneka, Medea or Monika?

I can only sing a song like Lou Bega -
I have a girl in America, in Alaska
I have a girl in Africa and Asia too!
Which one to choose is my job
Not so easy I think as all are fine
In their proposals they express
So well making it very complicated!

Submitted: Friday, May 29, 2009

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