Queeny Gona

Rookie - 158 Points (16th august,1987 / KANIGIRI)

“A Date with a fool”


Racing cars went wiz-zing by
On arcade of main square
Zig zag path of mine

Sustained till met with an whoops
To sling did rush to favorite bakery and to the same corner table
Very wry; being an Yonker there
Made up mind to shear the boredom
Paid attention to nature
Yuppie with her girl
Right in here, arm in arm
They aren't just in full zest
As any can make out their presence
For the patrons are head over heels in love.
Yo! How you do?
Joined another couple
Zeeb Zaab talk
Wring my heart
To pay attention to their chat.
Made an excuse to be prat out there
Not bothering to overhear the banter
Guys are smart
Much more while they flirt
Pest by the joke crack
wish to zap the tote-à-tête
Yet not willing to be moron
Gave a Smirk and had pizza
Yet, Loved to listen to his witty talk!
To jot down a couplet.

Submitted: Monday, August 19, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013
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  • Rookie - 66 Points Sathyanarayana M V S (8/26/2013 1:40:00 AM)

    Very funny Queeny...especially so many rhyming words...you have certainly changed your way and trying new things in your poems; new expression, new style and some Yankee colloquialism...good. But check on your grammar here and there..
    with love. (Report) Reply

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