NAveen CHaudhary


Depressing Mouth Organ - Poem by NAveen CHaudhary

Depressing Mouth Organ

That slim lady has been gifted a always 'Blaring out ' mouth organ, she never stops crying when some one dies in her neighbourhood, and when there's a marriage she will spoil the zazzy mood with render of her mouth organ always starts playing in her customery sadistic pitches. Often this lady is revredly called 'Azadni - named after her drunkyard husband - 'Azad'', this crippy dark coloured women can be very 'boring with her talks surmounted on generic agonies of life' - 'She is a perfect depressing agent'.

So if you have been very happy for last three months, are feeling bored of this 'Happyness Syndrome' that has inflicted your life, then my dear friends for embracing a 'sure shot change ' you can call upon 'Azadni' - and within few minutes she will hurl her depressing anecdotes on your mind, which will sink the clouds of happiness that have been reining in your life. And miraculousy after say ' minutes of her depression-dote.. you will start feeling the happiness is slowly but surely sinking in and the dark cloud of sadness coated with worries are enraging your life...



That's all for Azadni - Depressing Mouth Organ


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 4, 2009



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