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  • 229.

    My two grandchildren
    both girls
    always on my nerves
    with their smart little pranks
    asked me to accompany
    to a fair nearby
    I promised but as a standby.

    Their mother gave a call
    all of us zoomed to a big mall
    saw a set of Barbie dolls
    as lively as present day gals
    girls did not budge an inch
    till their wish was not fulfilled.

    Girls were happy
    with great expectations they laughed & giggled
    became chirpy and sizzled
    their mother too
    pride writ large on her face
    as Barbies had cost
    only rupees two thousand and fifty-two.

    Back home Girls’ imagination ran riot
    thinking of their buddies
    walking, talking & singing Barbies
    they wanted to play
    but to their dismay
    Barbies were showcased
    for display.

    Out of their reach
    theirs, yet not theirs
    saw their hopes sink
    remembered ST Colridge*
    “ water water every where, not a dropp to drink”
    they could not express
    their anger, anguish and distress.

    Sensing their shock
    least to say
    took them to fair same day
    they cuckooed with glee
    had lot of rides for free
    at their back & call
    procured various small cute cottage dolls
    Just for rupees fifty-three.

    Sparkling eyes
    smile on their faces
    bringing home
    the dumb & mute bounty of their own
    with those they could play, walk, sing, talk and relate
    and to their friends these could be shown and partake
    enjoying their own world of make believe when they can
    better than
    watching barbies themselves like a dumb and mute
    merely listening only two words, “ how nice? how cute”
    physical holding of dolls made all the difference
    they became alive, agile, innovative and I must say
    joy on their faces
    made my day.

    (This poem is dedicated to all grils below 6 years including my grandchildren Yona & Sia./19-06-2011/Samuel Taylor Coleridge*) read more »

  • 230.
    A Series of Tubes

    That there Internet thingy
    is like a series of tubes
    All the smart fellas
    in the hole world read more »

  • 231.
    To my charmer...

    I maybe ordinary but unlike my words,
    my words aren't ordinary at all, you see.
    My eyes are hazel shades of other worlds,
    my eyes are attraction force, back to me. read more »

  • 232.
    Temporary health insurance

    Temporary health insurance

    Temporary Health Insurance... made easy! read more »

  • 233.
    .......................................Loves and laws

    Loves and laws…
    Loves will bend and loves have bench.
    Bet my Betty loves in tents.
    Hold to be the looks for best. read more »

  • 234.
    What is perfect?

    What is perfect I ask myself is it having tons of freinds, being popular, being smart, pretty, or well known?  

    I am not perfect then if those are true because I don't have tons of friends, I'm not popular, I'm not the smartest, and I'm unknown to the world, I'm not the most gorgeous. read more »

  • 235.
    His way of loving

    I was there with my void & empty heart,
    void of any good or bad feelings,
    with a feeling of detachment & dejection
    because like others I was not so smart. read more »

  • 236.
    Nobody has seen anything kicking *

    Unbelievable tidings, Day in and Day out
    Said by people who knew things that were said, done to them or others
    The chorus so loud unlike the deeds
    Whose silence reminisce the stink of a corpse read more »

  • 237.

    Nothing is ever meant to be
    I appreciated you shared a year with me
    Coloured my life with smile and laughter
    Took for granted I thought it would last forever Nothing is ever meant to be read more »

  • 238.
    Why Judge

    Please judge me not by my outer shell.
    Judge me not from what others tell.
    Do not take heed of my skin.
    Please, it does not matter if I am fat or thin. read more »

  • 239.
    Crock of Ages

    Crock of ages, not for me
    I'm too smart to swallow thee
    You're just bunk, you can't atone.
    Christian nuts, leave me alone. read more »

  • 240.

    The flavor is always there and we are all aware
    That the day has begun and lets have fun.
    Our cares are few, we're going to the zoo
    Laughing and giggling happy and smart read more »

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