I got a forwarded mail regarding a competition which appeared in Washington Post, the competition asked for a two-line rhyme with the most romantic first line, but the least romantic second line.
I am not sure if this competition is genuine but it was a good challenge. So I thought it would be a great idea to try something like this.
This is the poem I came up with-
My darling when I saw you, I fell in love for the first time,
On retrospect that is till date my most horrendous crime.
The beautiful twinkle of your eyes and the tinge of light blue,
The bill of those contacts on my credit card are still due.
Your lovely walk, inviting a thousand glances and riveting stares,
Why do I see walking them going only towards shopping malls & fairs.
Your lovely voice my dear, speaks to my mind and music to my ears,
I am watching cricket, so just be quite and stay clear.
The immense love and special chemistry between us we share,
For heaven’s sake stop scaring me in the nightmares.
Darling you are so beautiful, sensuous, amazing and hot,
I just hope my lies never get caught.
Your face beautiful like moon, body with curves like crescent,
Why you want these sexy dresses, instead try wearing a tent.
We are meant to be together, your love is my life and luck,
Is this my destiny my lord!! What the F**K!!
Are you wondering that how I managed to make this poem rhyme,
Plain joblessness, my sinister self with a lie told in every second line.
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