Bhavani Polimetla


Who am I?


If you think I am a joker,
I am…I want to make you laugh
And ready to laugh for what you do

If you think I am a fool,
I am …because I am listening to you
And still working with you

If you think, I am a slave,
I am… because I can’t change masters,
The way you change slaves.

If you think, I am a bugger,
I am…because I can’t wait for your reply,
There is no use after bugging you a lot.

If you think, I am useless,
I am…because you don’t know how to work with me
I become useless after joining with you.

Now is the time to inspect
Now is the time to discuss
Now is the time to realize
Let us not waste no more time.

I am what I am
You are what you are
We are what we are.
God don’t want to create world of robots

Let us accept each other
Let us work together
Let us have fun
Let us live happily forever

-o-

Submitted: Sunday, September 13, 2009

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