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Insignificance of a cold!

23 Jul

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I am very prone to catch a cold

My eyes n nose run like i’m 1 yr old

I catch it atleast 4 times a year

When seasons change I begin to fear

Coz the change of every fresh season

Is always the reason

For me to catch this deadly viral

Which people feel is very casual

But little do they know how I suffer

Under the brutal attack of this bugger

My eyes get swollen, my head begins to hurt

My nose runs non-stop, I’m also allergic to dirt

If I plead to be let off work to recover

My boss says, ‘its just cold, not fever’

So I work with occasional breaks to blow

My nose that is about to overflow

I stare at the screen till my eyes go blur

And take calls till my speech begins to slur

I pray the scientists find some deadly disease

That starts as just a cold with ease

So I can get some sympathy by

People thinking that I might die

Maybe then I’ll get my rest

Which is prescribed to work best

Until then it is goodbye to you

Aa..aa..aakchuuuuuu!!!

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3 Comments

Posted by on July 23, 2009 in Daily Life

 

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3 responses to “Insignificance of a cold!

  1. Nisha

    July 23, 2009 at 9:36 am

    Good very nice

     
  2. Sriganesh R

    July 27, 2009 at 9:36 am

    Hi Priya,
    Came to your blog through Twitter.
    I was a PR professional sometime back.
    Read this post of yours. Funny! Interestingly, I posted something pretty similar. http://mystupidities.blogspot.com/2007/04/running-nose.html
    Ganesh

     
    • Priyadarshani Sharma

      July 27, 2009 at 9:39 am

      Hey! thanks for visiting my blog. I read ur piece and totally sympathise with you 🙂

       

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