Noojilla Srinivas


A Girl's Complaint! - Poem by Noojilla Srinivas

When I wake up in the morning
He will be there waiting for me;
My eyes turn into red flame
Treating him as an enemy!

It is a job for him to come
And to follow me the whole day;
With his hot and sharpest looks
He troubles me every day!

When I go to take my bath
I expect him to leave the floor;
But, there also his looks touch me
Through the little holes of the door!

When I step out to go to college
His happiness knows no bounds;
My loneliness makes me helpless
To save myself from his rounds!

I feel happy when my class is reached
He finds no way to enter the room;
Feeling restless he wanders around
Up and down until I return home! ...

In return journey I find him tired
Result of roving behind me the whole day;
His face turns into thick red colour
As I don’t pass kind looks on him any day!

He stops himself at the outside
When I hurriedly step into my home;
The evening clouds warn him saying
He has no way further to roam!

When the night comes with dark wings
He fades away suddenly from the place;
Fears to my lover who comes in nights
And makes me happy with smiling face!

My lover lulls me to get good sleep
Taking my head into his smooth hands
His touch only makes me feel joy
Like cool breeze of country lands!

Who is the Romeo and who is my Lover?
Oh! Dear reader can you guess it soon?
He who follows me with hot face is SUN
My lover who comes in nights is MOON!
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(This poem was written by me when I was in my Degree College.So, do excuse the immature/ amateur attempt)

Topic(s) of this poem: friend, funny love, girl, love, love and friendship, moon, sun

Form: Free Verse


Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem was written by me when I was studying Degree, looking at the (funny) problems faced by the girls

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 1, 2015



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