Different Girl - Poem by Pradeep Dhavakumar
Tired of the mundane girls I see
Wanted someone of a different degree;
Atleast three horns she should have
With nose and tongue split in halve
Dirty nails, a tail, violet skin
Eyes be large, mustn't stay within
Impossible! logically you may think
And say to me 'You completely stink'
But I did find exactly as above
With coccyx filled with infinte love
Smiling with decayed teeth of green
On that wonderful night of halloween!
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