As usual, I write for fun and very foolishly I share a photo with some underworld elements and instantly a gun gets pointed to my head asking me to post it. So, the below post is being published under extreme duress and much against my wishes. I hope the Inter-Galactic Society for Injustice to Aliens is watching and taking note of this. Where is that idiotic Jadoo when I need him most?!

Here’s the limerick that caused me faux heart-attacks and almost resulted in my brains being blown to pieces unless I shared it with you –

What’s this thing Superstition!

A load of nonsensical fruition.

I’ll go, no need to heed,

so what if someone sneezed.

I’ll reach new heights, that’s my vision.

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  • Feelings and Freedom
    Posted at 03:20h, 14 May Reply

    Wonderful Piyusha. That’s a great one!!

  • A.P.Singh
    Posted at 07:56h, 14 May Reply

    sometimes being superstitious is good I think..

    • Wandering Soul
      Posted at 08:02h, 14 May Reply

      Beg to disagree. 🙂 🙂 I think superstitions have no basis and should have no place in a mind that relies on rational thinking. Have faith in yourself. The rest will fall into place. That’s what I always tell myself.

  • Megha Agrawal
    Posted at 10:43h, 14 May Reply

    I trust your vision you will definitely reach new heights.

  • magarisa
    Posted at 03:09h, 18 May Reply

    Love this line: “Load of nonsensical fruition.” Good job!

  • draliman
    Posted at 06:36h, 18 May Reply

    Yeah, stick it to superstition! Nice one 🙂

  • xaranahara
    Posted at 22:17h, 19 May Reply

    Apparently, I need to threaten your life more often if I want good writing. So that’s why prisoners tell the best stories… ::grins::

  • MindandLifeMatters
    Posted at 17:41h, 20 May Reply

    So what if the gun gets pointed to your head, the post made so many people happy, including me! 😀

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