Meena Somasundaram


Fighting Tooth And Nail


There being no amity among the brothers
that being very much tarnished
with that of one brother
the rest numbering to three
got together to oust him out
not aiming to break the ties
but refusing him any portion of he wealth
that they all had got of inheritance
one coercing with the other
while the third one posing as a good one
trying to fish out is going in the mind of the one
so as to hatch a plot and get him out
with great effort the family of the affected brother
kept them all away from throwing tantrums
while they by sheer skill and with judicial expense
managed to get the larger portion of the wealth
while the minor part has to be let out in the milieu
having had to fight for the major part of his life.

Submitted: Sunday, February 16, 2014

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