Ungrateful Bean

Ungrateful Bean short poem

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I have a friend named Bean
Who is so mean,
Unwashed and unclean.

It has to be me
To help him, not he,
He sucks me like bee.

His pain is my pain,
In mine he sees no gain,
But I never complain.

Like camel he boozes,
Like Lorry he snoozes,
Like McGonagall he muses.

He is so out of the world,
Obnoxiously droll;
At night see him prowl.

He rolls in the hay
All night all day,
But his bills I pay.

He is so ungrateful,
To my helps forgetful;
Befriend him
Be regretful!

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Dahey Sangno

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Dahey Sangno lives in Itanagar, India. He is a civil servant by profession and writes poems in English, mostly about his native place in his native metaphors. His poems were published in many websites, newspapers and blogs.
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Preeti
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Funny take on friendship…nice one!

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Ungrateful

Ungrateful short poem

They give him fruit He hits them with axe. They give him shade He vandalizes the rest. They purify the air For him to breathe in, He sheds their leaves Making them cry within. They give him water To quench