The Old Man In Poetry - Poem by Bibek Adhikari
Walks there an old man with an empty head
Who was once upon, a common thread!
For his family who left him alone and out
Still he remembers the poor old trout(=annoying old women) ?
His eyes are stars twinkling aflame
There is no one to call him by his name!
Despite his pelf and the land,
Who is there to give him a hand?
He lives with a cat and two dogs
No one is his friends, expect bugs!
Life has become a silent movie
What is the use of shinning ruby?
(For it does not return his old days of happiness!)
Despite that hell and the hassle
He thinks a man's home is his castle!
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