Treasure Island

Bohnishikha Ghosh


Hatty-Patty


People wear to keep their heads warm or cool,
Magicians wear hats to make others fool!

Sportsmen wear hats to keep themselves safe
While seeing off people, we take off our hats to wave

Hats are used in different occasions,
Women use hats for fashion.

Builders use hats in professions
Usage of hats in religious occasions,
Are very common in different nations.

Hats are used for Hygienic purposes,
In food factories,
And by the people of dairies

If hats were not to be worn by nurses
We would be showered with curses.

Last but not the Least- If you have been fooled by others,
You have been put on a hat of theirs!

Submitted: Saturday, April 26, 2008

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