Treasure Island

Varun Sivashankar


Cricket


No doubt one of my favourite games,
Is none other than cricket,
I like the high emotions when,
There is a six or a wicket.

When it's a close match,
We bite our nails,
When our team wins,
Our players we appreciate.

Cricket is the best game far and wide,
I am sure that I am right.
We spend all our pounds and pence,
To see sixes and fours racing to the fence.

ODIs are interesting,
Ticket sellers are few,
And people who want ODI tickets,
Have a long, long queue.

Cricket is the best,
Forget the rest,
And the chosen few,
Are the men in blue.

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013

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