Mysterious SULTAN Without Dukedom (Part-1)
Every boy pokes fun at him,
Every girl mocks at him;
Who knows he is able?
But he is a beat constable!
Hello dear! No fear, I swear
To meet him is not pie in sky oh king Lear!
He has no crown...
But he is a Shakespearean clown.
Who knows he is a scholar of English spoken...
No doubt, he is sultan!
But he has no kingdom...
Nil stardom but full of boredom;
My rented kings, happiness you bring, oh teens!
At the age of eight and ten
Oh, teens! You are just eighteens...
You know how to whistle but life is a big puzzle.
He has no hope yet a Nawab of mis-hope.
He is so called leader – none follows him but one,
Everyone misleads him; He seems to be cool...
But you made him a fool for he eats with a spoon
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