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Poem-The return of Saurav Ganguly

December 24, 2005

A couple of weeks ago, many people were peeved by the undignified removal of Saurav Ganguly from the Indian cricket team. Justice has been done and considering the fact that cricket is a religion in India, deserves an appropriate response:-

Many people have felt strongly
About Saurav being dropped wrongly
Let us hope that Ganguly
Is able to face shoaib with as much dexterity as he has faced many a googly
Let us hope that the prnice of Kolkatta comes up with a performance that can be deemed kingly
And make his detractors look ugly
Then all India and not just hoogly(Kolkatta)
Will once again respond to him overwhelmingly
He has off the field grace too, on the ground sometimes a captain has to be Jungly
For the simple reason that most ppl have to be pushed and rarely perform willingly
The sledging Australians or a Shoaib Akhtar can hardly be encountered lovingly
Proportionate Aggression is welcome by anyone whether another Indian or a Bengali

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25 comments

  1. hellow yaar, wishing u and ur family a merry christmas and a happy new year!


  2. Good poem :)

    Merry Xmas and Happy New year !!


  3. nice rhymes mann.
    :)

    merry xmas


  4. Kewl! Nice rhyme :D
    Though – I wasn’t particularly affected by him being dropped or included.. hope he stays for good n performs.

    Yup merry christmas!


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  6. hey thx for dropping by my blog.and i consider myself lucky to find ur blogs.i will be making some crucial career decisions in the coming months and ur blogs could prove to be extremely useful.

    btw where did u do ur MBA from??And when did u realise that u didn’t like ur previous work?


  7. I did my MBA from the International Management Institute and while actually working at various jobs, I discovered that this was not my cup of tea. When I wrote poems on my super efficient boss and the company’s expansion and diversification, my boss told me that this was my true inclination which turned out to be true.


  8. Hey Hiren ,

    Thanks for dropping by my blog!

    Wish you a Happy new year!!!

    have fun buddy…


  9. Thanks for dropping by in my blog… the poem sounds very rhythmic….


  10. yea it was true that the guy was mis-treated and i hope he can make a comeback in pak.

    thanks for droppin


  11. Ah, I find this ending-with-same-syllable poetry rather corny.

    Have you read “Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time?”. I reccommend it to one and all. I found it more interesting than “Management books”.
    :D

    Kaushik


  12. lolz!!!


  13. lol… nice.

    thanks for dropping by at my blog.

    ‘hope to see you again…


  14. Let us hope that the prince of Kolkatta comes up with a performance that can be deemed kingly

    Yes! Hoping quite as much as Mr Ganguly would..

    by the way.. Season’s greetings!


  15. Hey Hiren,
    the poem was very enjoyable!
    Seems like u r a Sourav fan.
    But one feels that his inclusion in the team has more to do with off-the-field hullabaloo than his on-the-field performannce.

    Btw, A very happy new yr…


  16. Waoh nice poem.

    Although i am not a big fan of Ganguli , but i liked the poem you have written.

    Cheers and happy new year to you.


  17. Wishing you a very happy and fantastic new year!!


  18. Hi
    Nice of you to drop by!


  19. Ur blogs r really good!Esp the one abt -When ur Husbang Goes Abroad….
    Cos a frnd of mine exactly spokethe same stuffs…. Nice posts!! :)

    Blogrolled u!–>


  20. Sourav Ganguly the Bengal Tiger,
    someone in his childhood gave him Budweiser,
    By birthing mistake an Indian,
    His attitude made him an Australian.

    more later…nice poem…


  21. Hi !
    This Poem is very nice !

    my college mates also like this !

    Hope You ‘ll be a ganguly fan !

    Happy new year and marry christmas for all the fans of ganguly!


  22. Ganguly has proved himself again ,still I believe he needed to be dropped for a few games .He had become arrogant and self obsessed.All that political interference was unnecessary although.The poem was nice and it sounds nicer after Ganguly is back with runs.A very interesting blog.


  23. very interesting, but I don’t agree with you
    Idetrorce


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