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S.D. TIWARI

Rookie - 688 Points (December.1955 / India)

Alibaba @ 40 Codes


Alibaba @ 40 codes

You must be ATM and credit card holders,
Have to open SIM, secret files and folders;
Can’t work unless pass-words are memorised
Because your most of work is computerised.

Paying bills of water, gas, phone or Electricity
Subscription, fee, levy or tax of an authority,
List where ID, passwords used, never ends here;
Social networks, email IDs too mind has to bear.

Own coding system each agency has evolved,
Alpha, numeric or special character is involved,
For security reason change password fortnightly,
Face consequences if done a mistake slightly.

Numerous ID and codes, one may be using,
Even for the brilliant people it is confusing;
Possible you may not open locks of your dwell
For not remembering keyword or wrongly spell.

From thieves Alibaba got keywords of treasure
Thieves were killed and he had life long pleasure
But his greedy brother forgot the words of key
Locked inside the cave and never could be free.

Alibaba got codeword by chance and innocently,
Now password is stolen and hacked fraudulently.
If thieves get code of bank account or credit card,
May take away your wealth by doing some fraud.


(c) S.D. Tiwari

Submitted: Monday, August 29, 2011

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  • Rookie - 1 Points Aditi Khandelwal (2/24/2012 10:58:00 AM)

    wow this is such an amazing poem...
    You have compared alibaba's story with forgetting passwords so beautifully with amazing rhyms...10++
    aditi (Report) Reply

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