I know a funny little woman,
As quiet as a mouse,
Who does the mischief that is done,
In my humble house!
Oh, how she loves to scatter things,
When I’m on a cleaning spree.
And makes sure the phone rings,
To watch me harrowed, with glee!
She makes the utensils jump down,
From the cupboards up overhead,
Startling my new guests in town,
Who rush to save my head.
She likes to haunt my closets too,
And ransacks it into a mess.
Therefore, It’s a terrible woe,
To find a fine, decent dress!
The monster laundry glares at me,
For she piles it high and mighty!
And makes sure I’m never free
To blog or chat away idly!
She drops hair and stains the kitchen,
For me to clean and fix.
Oh how I curse the naughty vixen,
But she loves her little tricks.
As I try to make the chapati round,
She leaves the tap running.
At times, I hear the alarm’s sound,
And rush to see what’s burning!
I don’t know how she does that,
But the house key goes missing,
Whenever we have to go out,
For some fun and fishing.
Despite, all the trouble folks,
I kinda love the dear lady.
She sure knows how to make us laugh,
And things often end in comedy.
“Oh, o, you must be better organized,”
Remarks my loving Honey,
But he doesn’t believe when I say,
“It isn’t me, it’s MRS NOBODY.”
(Inspired by the great poem – Mr Nobody, one of my favorites, written by an anonymous poet. Do you also have a Mrs Nobody in your house?)
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