Bachelor's Woe - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal
“The girls never die unwed” legend says
Have you ever witnessed even old lady?
Who has not taken to nuptial even lately?
This is matter always talked about jokingly
A man dies bachelor
With so much titles and honor
People will call him chronic
Some one may address as manic too
He is not welcome
To any house and allowed to come
At least where girls are more
He will be restricted there
What unfortunate man he is?
What has been his fault in this?
Oh My God, help him out
So his bachelorhood is not talked about
Thee is plain embargo
He will net be allowed to go
And witness nice ponds
Where ladies wash cloths
If it is orthodox village
Hope his life will be over with age
He will die old man and be called unwed
Life spent wholly for the girl till he was dead
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