Geetha Jayakumar

(Kerala Palakkad)

Chatting in colours


Chatting in colour codes
As to give some hint
To one on the other end of internet.
Especially if someone nearby.

Type green when
everything is Clear
No one around.

Today is bad,
Mom Shouting all the day
Making my head reel
Dad Talking of advice
Halt for communication
Yellow is the colour for stop.

Sister means chatters
When chatters around
Eating my head.
Blue is the colour for sister.

Only for my love
Any words for love
Red while talking anything on love.

Rose means girls.
White, for all friends.

Stupid, why did you type all the colours at once?
As our
Hazard indicator was
VIBGYOR.

Submitted: Thursday, September 19, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 19, 2013

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