POETIC THURSDAYS. (2)

A FUNNY EXCHANGE BETWEEN A COUPLE

A FUNNY POEM BY ME

Hi Friends,

I created this funny imaginary situation between a superstitious husband and his nagging wife.

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Don’t do it. The stars are not favorable.
Don’t do this. Don’t do that. It makes me miserable.

Don’t go outside. Robbers are out there.
As if staying at home won’t give you any scare.
You dare not question my authority.
You have a doctorate in superstitions.
( Stupidity).
Never let your hair loose in front of me.
(Because you look like a witch, and it makes me pee).
Don’t wear a nightgown in the house.
It’s alright to be naked in front of your spouse.
Why don’t you use your common sense?
How could you be so dense?
Don’t look into the mirror after sunset.
The ghosts and vampires might be upset.
Don’t wear anything black. It’s inauspicious.
Will shaving off my head be efficacious?
Don’t sneeze when I am about to go out.
Shall I hold back my sneeze looking like a monkey with a pout?
It’s not advisable to travel during a particular planetary position.
Why don’t you try holding back your bowel movements until an auspicious occasion?
The husband reminds his wife, ” Don’t forget that we were married on an auspicious day.”
The wife snaps back, “Even the astrologer who matched our horoscopes led me astray.”
These two are not made for but mad at each other.
Yet, they can’t live without one another.

The first lines are spoken by the husband and the second one by the wife. She also adds sarcastically (Because you look like a witch, and it makes me pee).

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