__uPON her shoes__
The best I could do
Is to sit upon her shoes.
The show is still on,
So don't judge me now...move on!
She is still sleeping
And she wants no awakening.
She loves me and wants me idle
And sit upon her shoes.
One hour gone,
Two hours gone...
Now five hours are gone.
But she loves me
And wants me
I mustn't stand idle
But sit upon her shoes.
Thank God she's awake.
Now to take a break.
"Can I stand up" I inquired
"Not now" she replied.
"Won't you take me for lunch" she required.
"I will... Of course let's go" I replied.
At least now I don't stand idle.
May be after lunch, I won't fuddle.
"Waiter, I’ll like you to serve me a plate of rice and chicken.
Listen waiter, serve him 'Eba'. He loves that thing."
I admitted to what I don't like
And still will pay for what she likes.
Again to sit upon her shoes.
Another round I must do.
*** Eba: Is one of Nigeria solid food (a product of cassava flour), usually known with the Yoruba people of Nigeria. It can be taken with local soup like "Ewedu", "Efo", "Gbegiri" and so on.
Note: This poem is honest lied situation put up for fun of the contest. However, I have feelings that it possesses (some) qualities that could be related to real life situation.
For: "Silly (FUNNY) Poems Only old/new' Contest
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