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Tip Tip Barsa paani.........

Rain, rain, go away,
Come again another day,
If you don't, I will say,
Rain, rain go away.
Rain, rain, go away,
Come again some other day,
We want to go outside and play,
Come again some other day.
Rain, rain, go away,
Come again some other day,
If you don't, I don't care,
I'll pull down your underwear!


Shayon said…
Exactly what made you post that, dude?
Karma said…
Tell u what the endless rain here has had me pissed off!! Can't go out! Can't go for swimming!Haven't seen clear blue sky for ages.
Well, I am pretty sure you too might me chanting the same!!
Shayon said…
Swimming? When did you start swimming? Well, the rains are definitely proving to be a pain in the ass. Leave alone Mumbai, even out here the incessant drizzles are giving me jitters. Add to it the constant power cuts and no water supply. Reminds me of the famous lines, "Water water everywhere, not a drop to drink" :-P
zEaLoUsMe™ said…
reall cute poem!!! :D :D,it made me smile!!!

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