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A Drunkard and his wife

Updated on October 9, 2014

"Rani,Rani, where is my brush"

"Please look it in the Basket".

"Rani,Rani, where is the Bathroom"

"Please go to the left".

"Rani,Rani, where is my tooth"

"Look it in the Rum-bottle".


"Rani,Rani, where is my shirt"

"Please look it in the shelf".

"Rani,Rani,where is my pant"

"Please look it in the Shelf".

"Rani,Rani, where is my Purse"

"look it in the Rum-bottle".


"Rani,Rani, where are we going"

"we are going to the Road".

"Rani,Rani, how we will go"

"we will go by bus".

"Rani,Rani, how we will get the ticket"

"we will get it as credit".


"Rani, Rani, Which is the Building"

"This is your Office".

"rani,Rani,what is the manager told you"

"Sorry, this is not your office-

till today that shifted to the Bar".






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      Adama Gidado 5 years ago

      This is an interesting poem. I like it and voted up. It is a sad reality indeed and there are many Rani(s) out there who are dealing with drunk husbands.

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      Anil 5 years ago from Kerala

      Thank you for visiting and hopeful comments. you are always welcome to my hubs.

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      Jo Alexis-Hagues 5 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K

      It is so sad to see someone's life disappearing down the bottom of a bottle. I do feel for them both, but especially for Rani.

      This poem gives some insight into the hopelessness of addiction. Voting up and more.

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      Anil 5 years ago from Kerala

      Thank you very much, for visiting and powerful comments.

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      Break of Dawn 5 years ago

      The pain and suffering of an innocent spouse and child at the hands of a drunkard is a terrible thing. Powerful poem. Thank you!

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      Anil 5 years ago from Kerala

      Thank you very much for visiting and your powerful comments.

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      sweetie2 5 years ago from Delhi

      It is very difficult to be wife of drunkard because not only they would drink alcohol of money kept for food and medicine of family but are usually seen to indulgance in domestic violence. Nicely written poetic hub..voting it up and intersting.

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      Anil 5 years ago from Kerala

      Thank you very much for visiting and reading. I felt sorry about your personal matters, God will save you I can pray for your family. Thanks again.

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      Faith Reaper 5 years ago from southern USA

      Addiction is such a terrible disease indeed. After the wars, my dad became an alcoholic, but it may be genetic, as my son, who has been sober for over five years now, also had the disease of addiction.

      My son has been in recovery since before his three beautiful children were born, and so he is a great dad. Praise God!!! However, as relates to my dad, back in the day, there was nothing to treat PTSD, and so he coped with alcohol.

      This terrible disease does have such tremendous effects on the entire family no doubt. A lot of people still do not realize that it is actually a disease and must be treated just like any other disease.

      Very interesting poem.

      Voted way up.

      God bless. In His Love, Faith Reaper