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mazHur Butt


Bananas


Just imagine how it would have been
If bananas were not as soft as they are
Just imagine what people would do with them
If the bananas were not soft as they are
Just imagine where they would be planted
If the bananas were not soft as they are
Just imagine how fulfilling they would have been
If the bananas were not as soft as they are
Just imagine how much their consumption will diminish?
If bananas were not as soft as they are
Just imagine where bananas would have found their place
If bananas were not as soft as they are
Just imagine who would have saved from their clutches
if Bananas were not as soft as they are
Just imagine who would have monopolized over them
If bananas were not as soft as they are.
Just imagine what use hard, stout and long they be
If bananas are not as soft as they are
Just imagine what would have the monkeys had for food
If bananas were not as soft as they are
Just imagine what would have been their fate
If the bananas were not as soft as they are
Just imagine what other uses will they find
If bananas were not as soft as they are

Submitted: Sunday, May 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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