Family Problems - Poem by Ramruma Shams
She says she's right
he says she's wrong,
you don't know how it started
or even the end of the show.
The bellows & shrieks going on and on...
pretend you didn't hear,
because if you tried to aid
they'll say, 'Who asked you to interfere? '
I go in for leaving the house
but unfortunately you're just a kid,
I know it is tedious
more than just a bit.
Today you're all grown up
and as usual didn't care,
but now if you don't interfere
you'll definitely be blamed....
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