Running Race Was Over... Poem by Kesav Venkat Easwaran

Running Race Was Over...



Running race was over;
Rabbit was musing hard
How come he lost to her?
Shameful and sad; so bad

As outside darkness spread
From inside of his heart,
He met her in her nest;
Asked how she managed that

Tortoise smiled and said:
Over those drinks you had,
Inside those pumping talks,
Last night two pills I packed!

28th May 2009

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Danny H 02 June 2009

haha that was very funny: : 10+ for HUMOR

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Bonnie Collins 02 June 2009

Oh this is sooo very sweet and humorous at the same time...... I enjoyed the theme you have given this... Very nicly written, and easy to read and enjoy... Bonnie

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Antonio Liao 03 June 2009

a joke that leads to believe that life is just a game to play....you make my day.... friend...God bless...hope and pray that this poem will be printed and included in all magazine a 10+++++

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Vaibhav Pandey 03 June 2009

a very sweet poem sir.......I loved it...10

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Angelic(Annie) Female 04 June 2009

Hahaha.......... now isnt this amusing? Beautiful, well though of........ reminds me of the way i write poems, in a story or moral pattern! Great, great- made my day Kesav :)

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Gargi Saha 28 June 2009

A wonderful poem. u get 10++++++++

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Sarvesh Kulkarni 07 June 2009

light....but deep. this is the way to convey an important message, i guess. 10 to you sir. thank you.

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Obinna Eruchie 07 June 2009

you penned an interesting tale on how the hare wondered on how he was defeated by the tortoise that he had to ask her.

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Maitreyee Joshi 07 June 2009

what were the pills made uo of? were they the usual sleeping pills or the psycological pills of over-confidence and ego boost that causes even the intelligent people loose themselves? wonderful, enlightening write, sir.10 from me.thanks

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Winnie Angel 06 June 2009

thought put in a way that is only ur unique way of putting in lines...loved it!

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