Aparna Chatterjee


She Walks


Every day
I see her
Walking
With a stiff
Expression
As if she
Suffers from
Constipation.

LOL: D


(based on the observation that while walking on the road esp. on your daily morning walks, when you smile at passersby, many of them return your smiles but some of them give you blank stares and look ahead as if you simply don't exist, walking away with the same stiff expression that you see them making every day)

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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  • Rookie - 799 Points Hans Vr (7/23/2014 7:13:00 AM)

    Some people have a physical disability.
    the lady in the poem seems to have a personality disability
    Perhaps the latter is far worse than the former
    Nice write. (Report) Reply

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