BARBER OF UNCOUTH TOWN

I thought that shaving pangs of silent victims must be rumour
But then I reviewed my stand in a good humour
One incident changed my convictiona s it was a fact stranger than fiction
Once before facing an interview
I wanted to revamp my unkempt view
So went to a Barber’s shop
He was busy shaving a cop
When the cop left the Saloon
The barber looked at me as a king look at a Hoon
People rush to me with overgrown weeds
And then for speedy shaving pleads
How am I to entertain such requests
Of my unsolicited guests?
See from cheeks to chin you are covered with hair
Such clients to my shop are the rarest rare
My blades will go blunt while bushwhacking this jungle
Saying this he inserted the blade into razor
And wildly wielded his weapon to my displeasure
After sometime blood rushed from so many cuts-
He said don’t worry your beard is very hard
So your face with care I safeguard
He took a slab of an Alam and rubbed on my face
And said now you are free from infection in any case
When I rose from the chair
In the mirror on my face I stare
I looked like a wounded soldier of Panipat
With on every inch of skin a bleeding cut
The Interview committe would think
That I have directly rushed from the boxing ring

One Response to BARBER OF UNCOUTH TOWN
  1. one saloon
    June 28, 2008 | 7:50 pm

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