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rohan bendre

(25 december 1983 / dombivali)

Uncle Trevor's Lesson

Tobby Said To Thomas

'' It's Been Many Days We Have Played That Game
Creating Havoc is our Claim to Fame.''

Tobby Continued

'' Let's Spread Rumours at the Count of One
Aren't We Troublesome.
All we do are some Pranks
In Mischieves We have High Ranks.''

There Came Uncle Trevor He warned Both of them not to Play The Game.
They didn't played for some days but they started playing after some days.

There came Uncle Trevor. He said

'' What You are doing are Pranks for You
Indeed you are TroubleSome
But the Numerous People Suffering from the Prank
You can't Imagine the Sum.''

Thomas said
'' But What we are doing are just Pranks
It doesn't Harm Anybody is what we Ensure.''

Uncle Trevor Interrupted

'' If Somebody Suffers from the Prank
Do you have any Cure.''

Both Realized the Mistake.

'' Our Game is nothing but Fake
We have realized our Mistake.''

Both Continued
'' The Sport which invites Trouble Should raise Objection
We will Play a Game
Spreading Awareness among the masses will be the Intention.''
Uncle Trevor said
'' Let's Hope in Trouble
It has no Contribution.''
All Smiled.

Spreading Rumours is a Crime. Whenever You see Someone Suspicious. Contacr The Concerned Authority.
I Proud to be Indian.

Submitted: Monday, December 16, 2013

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