Vignesh Ramakrishnan


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I teach you about human laws
I also discourage religious flaws
I talk about waving wands
I also talk of extending friendship hands

I talk about deserts and places
I can also teach you to get past mazes
I come in different genres like action and crime
Just pick me up to pass some time

I may look like dull company
But I can also tell you about people's mutiny
I can be read as a hobby
Wherever you want even in a lobby

I can talk about history
I can also unravel a mystery
I can teach you how to jest
I can also teach you to behave the best

I can teach you to treat the sting of a Bee
I can also teach you how to behave when you are at sea
I can improve your vocabulary
I can teach you to identify berries

I can help you avoid blunders
I can also help you build wonders
I can you the discovery of light
I can also show you the history of Human flight

I can teach you to make lotions
This can also be used as healing potions
I can help you to grow gardens
I can also tell you about Brave Wardens

I can help you learn from the past
I can help you to make your mistake the last
I can be read as recreation
Soon you can make your own creation

Submitted: Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013

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