48 The Most Humiliating Moment Poem by Athul KrishnaA

48 The Most Humiliating Moment

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The most humiliating moment in my life
Was when I was seven
To my aunt's house
Which had no mouse
I and my father were going
With me cooing
In a traffic block we got ourselves in
I put the cover of the nuts in the nearby dust-bin
A beggar banged on the car's window
And my father opened it
He asked some money
And myfather replied
'I have none'
The beggar looked
sorrowfully at my father
And tossing In a coin
through the window
Went on his way
While my father sat
with his mouth open!

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Alison Cassidy 07 May 2008

Great story. There's no doubt about it, real life often inspires stories better than fiction. I hope your father learned a lesson from your compassionate beggar. love, Allie ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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Kee Thampi 05 May 2008

this poem is real picture of life...good write sorrowfully at my father. (looks eyes of this father) And tossing In a coin through the window Went on his way While my father sat

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