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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Little Red Riding Hood - Revisited

Mr Bhediya was Very Hungry 
He did not had even a single rupee

He wanted to break free
And have a decent meal..

He went and knocked on Grandma's door.
She cried as bhediya thrust her on the floor

He ate her up in a single bite.
I was still out of his sight

But Gramdma was too thin and rough
He was still hungry and she was not enough

I went to her house wearing my Red hood
Crossing the river through the wood

Mr Bhediya dressed himself in grandma dress
combed his hair and gelled his tress

As I entered I called my Granny
He greeted me, but it was uncanny

I had read my poems in childhood
I took the gun from my hood

I shot Mr Bhediya in his head
He fell on the floor, his blood so Red

I took my grandma from his belly
No one messes up with this girl from Delhi!


PS : NOM to people who dont want to see any changes in the traditional poems.
PS2: This is in response to a challenge by Apala.

36 comments:

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    1. Thanks Helen , you have always been the first to comment !
      Thankew

      It was a repply to a challenge by a fellow blogger !

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  2. Woah! Scary!! But a little funny at the end, no one messes with this girl from new delhi..

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  3. No one messes up with this girl from Delhi

    nice one

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  4. haha..the last line had me laughing so hard!

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  5. Haha. The twist at the end, definitely wasn't expecting that.

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  6. Good one rahul...!!! liked your modern take on red riding hood! good job for the challenge! :)

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    1. Thanks apala for giving me this challenge

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  7. Whoww this is simply great....

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  8. Good one Rahul . Very different :)

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  9. This was a Delhi Belly twist on the story!!! Loved the version...hahaha

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  10. loved it! loved it! loved it !

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  11. Nice post Rahul..:-)
    Award waiting for you..:-)
    http://ahomemakersutopia.blogspot.in/2012/06/awards-galore.html

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  12. Very well written Rahul....enjoyed the twists that you have put in it here and there to make it really unique!

    And congrats for winning a prize at Nagini's. :)

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  13. hey this one is cool! well imagined and written :D


    sarah

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  15. She sounds like a brave and strong girl ~

    Thanks for all your kind visits and comments on my blog ~

    I appreciate it ~

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  16. Nice One Rahul, i love the title you choose always rocking:)
    A surprise gift, you might like:)
    http://emotestar.blogspot.in/2012/08/thank-offering-gift.html

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