Adnan Khan

Rookie - 26 Points (2nd November 2001 / Kuwait)

A Rainy Day

I have saved money for rainy day,
So that is why I have to stay,
My mother said this to me every day,
Out in the garden all the day, (Rudyard Kipling Poem's verse)

I went to wear my innerwear,
Electricity has gone and I went to work in gear,
I did lot of work in a day,
I am so tired so I cannot go to play,

My mother shouted and she told again go to work,
Now what will I do with a piece of jerk,
I went to out to ride my cycle,
In the middle of road I met my friend Michael,

At that time I had a close call,
In anger I hit on the window-shield and shouted goal,
I went to buy a bread of Omni Bakers,
It was still raining so I and my friend became risk-takers,

Slowly slowly it stopped raining,
My younger brothers started at me blaming,
It was not a happy ending,
Because my brother was not having money so he started lending.

Submitted: Thursday, September 04, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: rainy season

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  • Gold Star - 22,384 Points Akhtar Jawad (9/4/2014 2:13:00 AM)

    An interesting write, it has happened with me many times, whenever I saved some money, someone starts asking to lend the money to him. A realistic write. (Report) Reply

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