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Suppose...
by Yastika Guru

Suppose purple would change colour,
and become as red-as-roses.
Life would take a turn,
in indignation to the fact that someone called it duller
and you would water were-purple-now-red orchids
with were were-purple-now-red hoses.

Suppose you were a prisoner,
accused, jailed, and tormented.
Sitting in a cell
all you could do is wonder,
while tears from your eyes fell...

Suppose you were a nose
and would run all day,
the acne and boils, a constant cause of worry.
You would love any rose
but, please, no tickling with hay!

Suppose you saw a porcupine,
who mothered a baby cactus.
Madam porcupine could feast on grape vines,
but her cactus made such a fuss!

To dream of a world entirely different,
is a fun game to play,
but the world a, a better place
is a task we are due to pay.

20-Jul-2014
 
Views: 7841
nice poem.
amartya
Aug-04-2014
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