U Win Kyi
A Ghost Mimicker - Poem by U Win Kyi
In a recreation park
there was a famous haunted hut.
A man wore ghost apparel
so real when he appeared.
To the children he scared.
They ran to their mum in great fear.
The angry mum slapped with a big sound.
Onto the ground, he went down.
A beautiful girl accompanied by her boyfriend.
By the ghost she was so much frightened.
She was pale in a crying.
Her angry boyfriend kicked him in the groin.
So painful, up he doubled.
Several blows landed on his mandible (jaw) .
A group of rowdy teenage boys,
with their emotion very high.
The ghost frightened them in a shrieking voice.
Instead the boys started a fight.
They threw water bottles at the ghost,
hitting him directly on the nose.
Then entered a strong muscular man.
The ghost's hair stood on its end.
Though the salary was fat
the ghost had to endure bang, thud and whack.
He could no more mimic
calling it a final quit.
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