Elopement - Poem by nimal dunuhinga
And she comes; utters
I cannot live with him anymore.
This parsimonious animal,
Who never takes me for a Movie?
A selfish character very fond of other women.
Very soon he loses his job.
I want to leave him before he gives me a child.
Myself, I am in a dilemma.
It's impossible to abandon my family.
They all have grabbed me like a pet.
I told her to be patient,
You cannot expect a perfect bliss.
There are ups and downs in this life.
But nobody can escape from a Witch.
Luckily I woke up with perspiration.
Oh! it's a dream.
I explained to my wife about the nightmare.
And she said 'it could be a prediction'
What a pity?
Since that day she is inquisitive of my whereabouts.
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