September 4th, 2007

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Allergy in the Letters of the English Alphabet

Feeling rather down tod-A
My ear looks as if it was stung by a B
Out of my right eye I can hardly C
Normally my health is robust and har-D
Health issues don't normally trouble m-E
Today, though, I feel blind and d-F
All because of this aller-G
Which, in Africa, I seemed to c-H
Sometimes it's itching of the I
My mood is just as blue as a J
My spirits on the floor along with the par-K
This allergy seems to have come from L
With sneezing, and lots of phl-M
I wish the doctor would tell me wh-N
I will be myself again! O,
That I could be bright once more, and hap-P
The doc would get a big than-Q
If I could keep from sneezing for 30 minutes...or an R
That would make me happy,I conf-S.
I would behave with sani-T
Instead of hiding from people's v-U
As I scratch and look comtase and hea-V
(Hmm..I don't know how to write the W
In my literary muscles I don't have fl-X!)
I feel so dull..I wonder Y
I have to struggle with this aller-Z...
(Oh, do you pronounce Z as Z?
OK, there's that pronounciation, instead!)


Surprising, the depths to which I can descend when I don't have anything worthwhile to write about. Ah-CHOOO!
Oh, my goodness,it's been four weeks now, hope I get better soon!
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Loved this hoarding on the Chennai-Bengaluru highway...

The people who live in Tamil Nadu, obviously, love their mother tongue, which they call Tamil and I, phonetically, call Tamizh.

And what better way to proclaim that love than....


long live Tamil..written in English 030907 Chennai


...to state it in English!!!


And please do NOT miss the fact that Poonamallee is a "third grade" municipality!

I have wanted, for a long time, to capture this for one and all, but the LJ, Flickr, and the S3 had to happen first!