Mr. I.T

21/10/2016

Mr. I.T reminds me a lot about one of my cousin brothers

As he got a killer sense of humour which keeps me out of depression

He always finds something to comment about unlike others

As soon as I come home, with my mother I share his expression.

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He’s way too funny, though I feel comfortable and safe around him

At the same time feels scared when he’s strict and shout at me

I think of him just as my younger brother who tends to behave like him

I suppose I’m an expert in annoying him too as I’m too slow in my working ability.

Pini Jambu

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He reminds me of my father as he got a full beard and rides a motor bike

But his big nose reminds me of a wax apple or a rose apple which we call a ‘Pini Jambu’

Some of his actions are quite amusing and very childlike

He even got loads of facial expressions which I’m getting used to.

He make sure to comb his hair before he takes a nap to see a dream

Other times his hair looks as if he hasn’t combed it for ages

He does sweet thoughtful acts to those who are younger than him

Maybe being a responsible elder brother had made him gracious.

Sometimes I’m in awe as he’s a very active, alert and a sharp multi-tasker

Who got a fantastic memory as he likes to do a lot of paper origami arts

Also he injects toners to the copiers and the colours to the printers

But he doesn’t have enough patience to become a teacher of his skillful arts.

So Mr. I.T would be leaving very soon as he just wants to be free

And the more he eats, his pot belly stretches like a rubber

There’s always more room for all the yummy things inside his tummy

All in all, he’s a passionate Buddhist believer and a reader.

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4 comments

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manatita44 5 weeks ago from london

Funny and childlike. A real life-like exposition. Nice!


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teaches12345 4 weeks ago

You wrote this with great wit and it makes an enjoyable read.


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rdsparrowriter 3 weeks ago Author

Thank you Manatita :) I'm glad to hear that it made you smile :)


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rdsparrowriter 3 weeks ago Author

Thank you teaches12345 for your kind words :) I'm happy to hear that you enjoyed reading the poem :)

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