Frankly Speaking, I Am Very Silly As I Don’t How To Bid Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening, Good Night And When To Say?

Frankly speaking, I have learnt English by rote,
A rustic boy am I,
A township student of English Honours,
Had not been an Englishman,
But now think I
After teaching and learning from,
Wearing the jeans, T-shirt, goggles,
Belt, tie, boots
And with the peculiarly-looking
My super French-cut beards
Just on the chin,
A ditto Englishman,
You won’t doubt it
Calling himself first class first
Throughout his career,
Hiding his third divisions.

I do not know how to bid,
As feel I shame in bidding,
As have I not,
Good morning
In a girlish voice,
Just like a cat,
Good afternoon,
Good evening,
Good night
When to say,
Bid them
On first meetings
Or departures,
If meeting during the night-time
Will it be morning or evening?

Just say I without bothering,
Good morning
When it is morning,
Good afternoon
When it is noon,
Good evening
When it evening,
Good night
When it is night,
Marking the time,
But people say it,
Dubey you are mistaken,
Say you good morning
In between 5 a.m. to 12 p.m,
Good afternoon from 12 noon to 6 p.m.,
Good evening from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.,
Good night from 10 p. m. onwards,
So read I the watch and bid I.