kelvin karani

If There Was Forever - Poem by kelvin karani

What would life be like
If the promises of forever
Like time or existence
Outlived our spoken words.

With the parrots we marry
We will live for eternity
The quarrels and arguments
Which are often silly
Will become part of us.

Those married to hyenas
Must get used to their appetites
Or take that to be the norm.
Food will always be ready
It’s good if she’s greedy!

Those tied to cats
Will have to pamper them
They’ll be shopping daily
And who can ask for more?
Men like shopping after all!

Its good there’s no forever
Because if there was
It will be torment after
Torment, fight after fight.
God is certainly a man!

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 11, 2009

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