Treasure Island

kalpana shah

(mumbai)

Funny And Random Poem


What if i start my poem with full stop, comma or semicolon?

Who said it has to be 'colour' or 'color', 'cat' or 'kat',

What difference will it make if 'schedule' is pronounce as 'she-du- le'

Why be too lousy when i write my lines without punctuation?

I am sure if i write punctuating all lines

My feelings too will be punctuated with full stops

It's my thoughts, my expressions working non stop

Without grammar and punctuation with silly errors

And if english can be differently

In different countries following egoes

Then why can't my lines proceed without punctuations?

My thoughts don't recognize any full stops

Or my feelings don't succumb to comma or apostrophe

If english of different countries

Be recognized and followed in mass

Why can't I be queen of my language?

Isn't english a funny and superfluous language

With numerous rules and exceptions

Then why can't i have my exceptions and rules

I am sure one day people will follow my language

Not of grammar but 'language of heart'

Submitted: Saturday, September 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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