Dr. P. K. Verma

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Do Not Disturb


Yesterday, a cool evening
A romantic and fantastic evening, it was
I saw her
Going with a man
Entered in my neighboring lane
Shadow of sadness
I found on her face
She was looking thirsty and hungry
It was the time of moon
I want to know about her but soon
She came out from the house
Putting some money in her blouse
Suddenly a car stopped near her
An old man smiled and asked her
To get in the car
He took a bottle from the bar
I followed them so far
They reached in a hotel
Then they opened the bottle
He drank some wine
It was sour not a very fine
He gave her few big notes
Then they stood and went in a nice room
A tag of ‘Do Not Disturb' was hanging there.

Submitted: Sunday, August 12, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 13, 2012

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