Sunday, 25th February, 2018

No rhymes behind female strokes

11, Sep 2017 By shakeel ahmad

KANPUR: What is the use of poetry in the present time of the fast moving life? But everyone once takes interest in the imaginative and creative writing and it is because of that tendency the poetry survives in our lives. Mushaira is the very instance of this persisting tendency and people get delighted from the beautiful verses read by the poets. One love-lorn youth was reciting a few rhythmical lines in praise of the God’s beautiful creation. It was thus: “Ek Ladki Ko Dekha To Aisa Laga, Doosri Ladki Ko Dekha To Waisa Laga, Per Jab Dono Ne Thhapad Mara To Ek Jaisa Laga.” His pain was similar but pleasure in looking at the beauties was far different.

As he was constantly looking at them he was enjoying their good looks from diverse angles. All the contentment dashed down the moment he was slapped by them respectively. All the creative thinking came to an end with the forceful blows. For a few minutes, the immodest youth felt like moving into the revolving chair. There was no other way than to regain his gone energy owing to the feminine slapping. His Romeo kind of behaviour did not suit both the beautiful ladies so they thought it better to strike him amply.

This was a part of their instructive lesson to him. Although they initiated their respective action in a fit of rage yet they also felt of some more severe punishment to the deviant youth. One female told another that this was enough for him. We should better leave the place. He would certainly not disturb any feminine in future. To establish this point into his vacant mind such action was timely and apt. If not he learns the technique of respect to the women he will not know to behave well with them, they thought while going away.