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shivani sudheer

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Oh! Mom Oh! Dad


Oh! Mom Oh! dad
Every day you tell me
Don't! Don't! Don't!
But tell me Mom
But tell me Dad
What you mean by these don'ts
When you do the same.

Oh! Mom,
You too interrupt
You too laugh like a bunny
Mom you are really funny

Oh! Dad,
Even you make noise
You too lose your patience
You too forget your files
For you have a pile of files.

Mom you say
I have a terrible voice
Dad you say
I make the largest noise
But I say
Dad you have a terrible voice
Mom you make the loudest noise
When you two fight.

Mom, Dad
I feel awful
When you say don't
But yeah, I really miss
Your Don'ts
When you are away
So please Don't go away
Oh! Mom Oh! Dad...

Submitted: Friday, August 16, 2013
Edited: Friday, August 16, 2013

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