Thursday, November 23, 2006

 

And Then There Were None !!!

After Team India's poor batting performance against SA in Second ODI

Original Poem- "Ten Little Indians"


Ten little Indians eying Two Forty Nine
Pollock struck early and then there were nine.

Nine little Indian boys never got set;
One played all over and then there were eight.

Eight little Indian boys facing strong eleven;
A bouncer swallowed one and then there were seven.

Seven little Indian boys trying to break the jinx;
One was caught plumb in front and then there were six.

Six little Indian boys struggling to survive;
A tame poke got one and then there were five.

Five little Indian boys chasing a good score;
Incoming ball brushed the glove and Then there were four.

Four little Indian boys drowning in the sea;
A bad shot sent one back and then there were three.

Three little Indian boys had a little clue;
One played too early and then there were two.

Two little Indians trying to get a ton;
A swinging ball caught one and then there was one.

One little Indian boy left all alone;
He inside edged a one..
...and then there were none.


Comments:
aai ga aai ga aai ga.. kasli msta kavita keli ahe!! kahi khara nahi.. fakta jara anonymous comments allow kar, mhaNaje dar weLi comment lihayla login whaayla nako!
 
aaig aaiga aaiga !!

the last lines are a bit buggy, but the poem's :-*
 
are kharach sahi kavita keliyes...
ashakya chaapis.
tuzya hya kalaguNavishayi mala kalpana navti.
aise hi likhte raho dost!
 
ROTFLOL!
काय analogy लावलीय! original poem link कर कुठूनतरी. निव्वळ अफाट विडंबन आहे. आता हेसुद्धा 'आपलं' मानून लोक फिरवतील बघ email forwards मधून. ;)
 
arre, jamaliye kavita. aaNi gayatri kaaur ni mhaNalya pramaaNe be ready to see it in may forwards now.
 
nice on bapat..chapaa :-D nice use of your creative license :-D
 
indian batsmen nee naahi nidaan tu tari gaajawlas. sahi ! [:D]
 
ha ha ha ha
 
Wah bhai Wah!
 
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nice one ;-). nice poetic talents ;-D
 
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