Trying to write a poem in the Nepali Dialect. Just a bit of fun!
Some bootlickers are not having any manners at all,
This I am telling you from my observations.
The other day I am seeing a pudgy, little man
Desperately needing a promotion.
So, he is going to the boss, and telling that he needs one
In a matter-of-fact, businesslike fashion.
I am telling this man that he had no manners at all.
He is giving the boss a pack of cigarettes and asking
For a raise. I am finding it a defective process.
So, I am saying very, very politely—
In Nepali I am saying this because my English
Is not getting any good at all
Despite my constant watching of English hot movies—
“Excuse me, please, gentleman!
You are not having the idea of bootlicking.
Your style is 100% defective.”
The man is saying and very rudely he is saying—
“Mind your business, brother! I am not like you.”
Still, my temper is not rising, and I am smiling
At this fatso, and telling him—
“You need to be learning the basic principles first.”
So, I am saying him and with a loud voice I am saying—
“Why didn’t you suck on the toes of our lovely boss?
Why didn’t you lick the soles of his shoes clean?
He’s having itchy feeling there, you know?”
The man is getting angry and screaming—
“YOU MAD OR WHAT? I DO SUCH THINGS?”
He is then moving to almost hit me.
“OK, fine, brother bootlicker, fine.”
I am getting calm and saying that I am not caring
Much about his style now. He is still red and hot,
With anger dancing all over his face.
So, I am ignoring him and going to give the boss
A nice, happy bootlick that he will be remembering.
I make the boss happy this time,
And next time too.
You understanding something?
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Written on 2018-08-08 at 14:18
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