Treasure Island

umaprosad das


Let Her be Peevish to Nag


Being fade up when my half heart continued to nag
I left home began to roam to teach her a lesson and sag
Boarded a train to relax and gain freedom, peace and romance
Away from her where no familiar faces to be seen by chance
Out of luck I got an upper berth just to the berth side-by
Where a beauty queen may be around sixteen a virgin did occupy
Our time, passed fine, with exchange of tales and banter
I put in belief and my liking in deep, to be a romance hunter
The Next fine morning, after a sweet dream, when I woke up
The beauty queen, was no more to be seen, on my side-by berth
The sweet lass, along with my things and purse, forever vanished
She availed the chance, for the intimacy and romance, what I did
I came back to my wife, taking a lesson of life, being fully gagged
I understood, for my benefit and good, let her be peevish to nag

Submitted: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
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