KID019. THE WISE CLIENT

a poem by Rajaram Ramachandran, India - poetry writer, author, poet

STORY POEM FOR KIDS

A pleader in a Lordship’s Court
Prompted his defaulting client
“You say for every question
“Bey, Bey,” like a dumb man.”

To every question in the Court
“Bey, Bey” replied the client.
“You’re here, you know why?”
“Bey, Bey.”

“Did you borrow money?”
“Bey, Bey.”
“Why didn’t you repay?”
“Bey, Bey.”

“Cheating is a crime, I say.”
“Bey, Bey.”
“You’ll go to jail if you don’t repay.”
“Bey, Bey.”

The pleader interfered
And said, “My Lord,
I can’t blame my client,
Who’s quite innocent.”

“He’s, by birth, a dumb man,
And is struggling in life alone.
Who’ll give this poor man
Such a big unsecured loan?”

“No evidence is found
Nor is there any loan bond.
Therefore, there’s no cause
To hold this useless case.”

The Court dismissed the case.
To the pleader’s demand for fees,
“Bey, Bey,” the client said with ease,
And walked out to his surprise.

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