Queeny Gona

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

A Modern Life! Poem by Queeny Gona


Huckle Buckle and a tramp in the trammel
Colorful counters
Here-there, to and fro wherever I gaze
Simply superb, twinkling corners
Rat-tat-tat Squeezed lub dubs
with boogie-woogie decisions

Huh Huh! Excited am I
For in valence state
Couldn't orbit long
Around you dear
Yet did I
Until collided with my honey - oohs-aahs!

Tic-tic! Table in Un-stable, with myriad
Disintegration, Spontaneous
My emotions exhibited
Scattering left-right and straight in the middle
Making life helter- skelter
Roller coaster circus feet! - chute-the-chute!

Stale-pale! tale never ends
With this little buzz, my life flies
Because it's vast - pervaded fast
Like phenomenal knots
Yet to crack
Reminding hoovers
Miles to go before I sleep deep - snails' numbness creep with each a heartache!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 29, 2012

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