Pee Pee Pee, where do I pee, asks a little child on his way to Wai
My bladder is hurting and I am losing my control,
But I will wait dad, till the dam comes after several tolls
I might be tiny, I might be small,
But I want to be a responsible boy, way before I become tall.
Not just me but all my mates,
We will all together help our state from its merciful fate.
“Little drops make an ocean” once said our Ma’am Gurjeet,
Don’t you think dad, we surely can lend our hand to the noble cause started by uncle Ajit.
All you young kids come together, let’s take a vow,
That, we shall bank our pee and send to uncle Ajit anyhow.
So what, if we can’t be a blood donor or an eye donor,
Be glad because even at this age, we all surely can be a “Pee Donor”
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For all my readers staying outside India – Wai is a place in Maharashtra, India. The poem is a reply to a politician who commented, that, should he urinate in dam, if the state is suffering from drought. No, wonder he apologized but…..