manir hossain


A Miss


I always miss a miss
I never kissed that miss
And I guess that
Miss Kona is not bound to
Harm personality that she belongs to.

I miss a miss
I have to miss that miss
Least I should miss that miss.

If she makes anybody misery
Immediately she feels like sorry.

Miss Kona’s brain is so sharp
So she needs not to be hurry up
And day-by-day she is going up and up.

Although she is very brilliant
Nevertheless she never can cant.

She has some creativity
But he never has any gravity.

She uses to make a single sentence
like a wise using own sense.
She asks her teacher like
“Can I use in lieu of in stead of in stead of”.

She is the paragon of beauty in whole city.
Someone loves her so much
But is she mysterious to all of us?

Submitted: Sunday, October 05, 2008
Edited: Sunday, October 05, 2008
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