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Red on Green !!

Follows from here: Deuce !!

Love all and play,
but they only parted ways.

An imprudent net
lay between them.
Either side of it,
they stand with a burning desire.

Yesterday they were tossing flakes of snow,
now they volley mundane indictment at each other.
Yesterday they learnt to maneuver a tram,
now they drive powerful shots at each other.

This day, she wins her point.
The red of the clay shall now go to the grass.
This time he'll make his point.

Lady and the gentleman,
who is winning and who is losing !!


raj alakshendra said…
u hav actually become a poet now ...
Karma said…
Rathindra Frost in full throttle....I never knew there were so many poets in out crew....

Cheers to that

P:S : @rathz nice one though I did not understand the context !! ;-)
Unknown said…
prelude to Wimbledon ;)
Shayon said…
Wimbledon ghanta! Saala Federer ki toh maa behen ek ho gayi hai!!
Unknown said…

The red of the clay shall now go to the grass.
Sakshi said…
The red of the clay,and anagram or something Rathz,for Wimbledon... :P
Nice one though..

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