Manchester United 3:0 Sunderland

Manchester United went top of the Barclays Premier League after dispatching a stubborn Sunderland outfit by three goals to nil with strikes from Memphis, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata.


Memphis put United in front deep into first-half injury time following a tricky opening period, before captain Rooney doubled the Reds’ advantage shortly after the break. The hosts then enjoyed a comfortable second half, with Juan Mata wrapping up the result in the 90th minute, as United leapfrogged rivals City to take pole position for the first time under Louis van Gaal.

The boss made five changes to the team that started against Ipswich Town in midweek, with Matteo Darmian, Michael Carrick, Morgan Schneiderlin, Memphis and Anthony Martial all given the nod to start. It was a strong, attacking XI, and the Reds began the game very much on the front foot.

Two of the players reinstated to the line-up – Memphis and Martial – were heavily involved early on, linking up well with Rooney and Mata, the other half of United’s attacking quartet. The fine opening from the home side yielded its first opportunity on six minutes when a Matteo Darmian cross into the box skimmed the head of Anthony Martial, who was on the hunt for his fifth goal in five matches. A further half-chance followed only minutes later, but Memphis could not bring Carrick’s arrowed reverse ball under control.

Sunderland responded well to United’s bright start, as the Black Cats – wearing their bright green away strip – began to assert themselves on the match. Still, a John O’Shea header aside, chances remained at a minimum for the visitors as van Gaal’s men continued to probe for a break through.

The Reds were almost given an enormous helping hand midway through the opening period when a breakdown in communication between Black Cats stopper Costel Pantilimon and defender Younes Kaboul resulted in the giant keeper handling the ball outside of his area having hoofed the ball aloft and away from the prying Martial. A free-kick was awarded just outside the 18-yard box, but Juan Mata could only fire into the wall.

Frustration had begun to seep in around Old Trafford, just as Jermaine Lens caused a fright at the Stretford End as the forward forced David De Gea into a stop with his feet at the near post. A tepid free-kick from Memphis did little to ease the growing sense of tension in the stands, but the no. 7 went on to redeem himself with only seconds remaining of the first half.

United responded to a colossal roar from the Stretford End to launch one last assault on the Sunderland rearguard, as Blind picked out Mata with a pin-point ball into the box who – in turn – cushioned the ball to the Dutchman to tap home. The noise that greeted his first domestic strike highlighted the importance of the strike, with the Reds now sat in the box seat as they headed to the changing rooms for the interval.

Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat brought Steven Fletcher on for Adam Johnson at the start of the second half, seemingly with the hope of giving the visitors an improved goal threat. It was United, however, who were again much quicker out of the traps and were rewarded for such tenacity with a second goal only a minute after the restart.

The ever-threatening Martial received the ball from Mata on the right flank, before proceeding to outfox Younes Kaboul, allowing him to fire a pass across goal. The direct cross hit the on-rushing Wayne Rooney, directing the ball – via a slight deflection off Pantilimon – into the back of the net.

Unsurprisingly, the goal prompted a response from Sunderland who began to press United for the first time in the game. The Black Cats won a succession of corners which briefly caused the Reds some hassle, but thankfully were able to clear their lines after a Yann M’Vila free-kick landed dangerously at the far post. Another chance soon followed, but Patrick van Aanholt found De Gea in the way once again after fashioning an opportunity on the left side of United’s area.

Thereafter, it was the home side who were undisputedly in control and should have wrapped up the three points on 67 minutes. The excellent Martial evaded his marker to rush through on goal with only O’Shea and Pantilimon to beat as Memphis sprinted to join him in support. The Frenchman played in his team-mate, but the Dutchman could only aim his shot straight at the keeper.

As the game neared its conclusion, van Gaal replaced Carrick, Blind and Memphis with Schweinsteiger, Jones and Young over a ten-minute period, freshening up his side whilst also guarding against any late Sunderland threat.

That said, it was United that continued to push and Mata’s effort was expertly tipped round the post by Pantilimon. Undeterred, van Gaal’s men continued to throw men forward and Juan eventually got his name on the scoresheet in the 90th minute, firing into the roof of the net from an Ashley Young cross to set the seal on a fine day at the office for the new leaders of the Barclays Premier League.


Top of the Table!



Sunderland 0:1 Manchester United (Barclays Premier League)

Manchester United ground out a gritty, yet invaluable win over Sunderland to extend a record-breaking start to the Barclays Premier League season.

Robin van Persie’s 27th-minute strike deflected off Phil Bardsley and Titus Bramble for the only goal of the game, making United the only team to win 25 of the first 30 games of a top flight season in England.

A mixed display from the Reds might have yielded more in a one-sided first period, but the relegation-threatened hosts improved markedly after the interval to keep United on the back foot for long periods.

Mindful of Monday’s looming FA Cup quarter-final replay at Chelsea, Sir Alex Ferguson made good his pre-match suggestion that he would chop and change his squad to absorb the rigours of a congested calendar.

Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand, Ryan Giggs and Chicharito were omitted completely from the 18-man party, while Patrice Evra savoured the rare experience of starting the game on the bench.

That meant a second successive start for Alexander Büttner, with the Dutchman on the left side of a defence also comprising Rafael, Chris Smalling and Nemanja Vidic ahead of goalkeeper David De Gea. Michael Carrick partnered Anderson in central midfield, flanked by Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young, while Shinji Kagawa provided deep-lying support to van Persie in attack.

The Dutchman, looking to curtail a comparatively barren run of form in front of goal, had the game’s first attempt on goal as his long-range header from a Rafael cross drifted comfortably to Simon Mignolet.

Though there was a nervy early moment for the visitors when De Gea’s scuffed clearance was mercifully mis-controlled by Danny Graham, the hosts were largely on the back foot during the opening exchanges.

Bardsley was penalised for handball on the very edge of his own area, only for Young to overhit his centre from the resulting free-kick, before Büttner’s solo run eventually culminated in his toe-poked effort being deflected away by Mignolet.

The Belgian was helpless, however, as United moved into the lead shortly before the half-hour mark. Van Persie picked up possession on the left flank and bought time while he sized up his options. Having decided to shoot, the Dutchman’s effort took an immediate nick off Bardsley, and was just starting to arc towards goal when it took a heavier touch off the thigh of Bramble and sped into the back of the net.

Van Persie wheeled away in delight, his seven-game search for a club goal potentially at an end, pending the next sitting of the Premier League’s Dubious Goals Panel. But to whom the glory belonged was a side issue; United were in front and a step closer to making history.

Sunderland’s supporters began to vent their frustration as United continued to tighten their grip on the game. Though Rafael made way for Jonny Evans, the Reds’ dominance was uninterrupted. Mignolet spectacularly caught a Young free-kick and clutched van Persie’s low, near-post effort, while only a heavy touch from Anderson spurned a delightful layoff from Kagawa.

Van Persie twice came close to doubling United’s tally in the closing moments of the half, first prompting Mignolet to tip over his fierce free-kick, then volleying over the bar after a sumptuous one-two with the superb Carrick.

Sunderland were fortunate that their tame first half showing had only been punished by a one-goal deficit, and Martin O’Neill’s players emerged for the second period clearly intent on committing to the cause; pushing greater numbers forward and charging into challenges.

Former Red John O’Shea was cautioned for a foul on van Persie, whose subsequent free-kick was deflected clear from a promising position, before the Dutchman also picked up a caution for a perceived high challenge on Craig Gardner.

The home support cranked up their own contribution in keeping with events on the pitch, and it took a superb diving clearance from Evans to stop Stephane Sessegnon from giving the hosts even more to shout about. From the subsequent corner, play was halted after an accidental clash of faces between De Gea and Vidic, but the Reds were undoubtedly rattled by the hosts’ improvement.

Smalling, who had switched to right-back after the introduction of Evans, made a superb headed clearance as Graham steamed onto Adam Johnson’s cross, before the ex-Manchester City winger drilled a long-range effort wide of De Gea’s goal. For United, a rare forward raid culminated in Büttner’s cross being cleared by Bramble before Kagawa could apply a finish.

Bardsley volleyed off-target shortly after escaping with a booking for planting his studs on Büttner’s shin, before the Dutchman almost exacted revenge with a stinging right-footed effort which Mignolet tipped wide. Vidic planted a header wide from the ensuing corner as United increasingly pushed for a killer second goal.

Danny Welbeck was introduced in place of Kagawa and Anderson made way for Tom Cleverley, but United’s hunt for a second goal was shelved in place of staying tight and falling back on a defensive fortitude rekindled in 2013.

The hosts’ aerial approach was repelled superbly by Vidic, Evans, Smalling and Büttner, while De Gea was up to the task when Connor Wickham registered Sunderland’s first shot on target in the 90th minute. Van Persie almost added a second goal with the final kick of the game, only for Mignolet to bravely block his effort.

There have been mightier displays from Sir Alex’s side en route to making history, but the numbers drown out the superlatives on this occasion: 30 matches, 25 wins and a 15-point lead over Manchester City with eight games remaining this season.

A title won in March!

Manchester United for life!!


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QPR 0:2 Manchester United (Barclays Premier League)

A stunning Rafael goal and Ryan Giggs’ late effort saw off QPR and sent Manchester United 15 points clear at the top of the Barclays Premier League.

Rafael fired a superb arrowing 20-yard drive past home goalkeeper Julio Cesar midway through the first half to give the Reds the lead at Loftus Road.

Relegation-haunted Rangers battled hard but Giggs’ well-taken low strike sealed victory for United and put pressure on Manchester City, who host Chelsea on Sunday.

The only downside of the afternoon was an injury to Robin van Persie, who was forced off before the break after sustaining a hip problem in the build-up to Rafael’s goal.

Nevertheless, Sir Alex Ferguson will be pleased to come away with the win after a spirited and feisty display from the league’s bottom side, who had previously taken home points off Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham.

Van Persie had started up front with Javier Hernandez as Sir Alex made seven changes to the side that beat Reading in the FA Cup. Wayne Rooney was named on the bench following his sinus infection, while Nani started after his decisive cup cameo against Reading five days earlier. Former Reds winger Ji-sung Park was among the home side’s substitutes.

QPR started brightly and with a clear aim to hurry the Reds in possession on a cold afternoon in west London. On an uneven playing surface, the game took a while to settle but United created a first chance in the 12th minute as Nani found himself unmarked in the box, only to direct a tame header wide from Ashley Young’s cross.

Hernandez then twice went close in quick succession, firstly seeing his header well tipped over by Cesar before being inches away from connecting with Nani’s low cross.

For all their endeavour, Rangers were struggling to keep possession or fashion any chances themselves and it was not a huge surprise when they fell behind.

Van Persie battled his way to the byline and his drilled cross was palmed away by Cesar as far as Rafael, who hit an unstoppable, first-time drive that flew into the keeper’s top right corner. A Goal of the Season contender, without question.

Meanwhile, van Persie had picked up a hip injury after tripping over a cameraman just beyond the byline. The Reds’ top scorer looked set to be replaced immediately, but continued playing after consulting the bench.

The goal sparked the game into life and QPR created their first real opportunity 10 minutes before the break when Chris Samba’s header was cleared off the line by Rafael.

The Reds’ right-back promptly hared down the wing as United broke and delivered a wonderful long ball into the path of van Persie, whose controlled left-foot volley was just tipped wide by Cesar. That proved to be the Dutchman’s last contribution as he left the field gingerly, replaced by Danny Welbeck.

In the 40th minute, Nemanja Vidic came within a whisker of doubling the visitors’ lead with a glancing header from Giggs’ free-kick on the right side.

Harry Redknapp replaced Estaban Granero with Jermaine Jenas at half-time but United were on the front foot from the off in the second period.

Nani’s header forced Cesar into action again, before Vidic, enjoying a physical battle with Samba at both ends of the pitch, narrowly failed to connect with a Giggs free-kick.

Rooney entered the fray on the hour mark in place of Hernandez, while Rangers brought on Loic Remy for Bobby Zamora, who also appeared to have picked up a knock.

Former Marseille striker Remy made an instant impact, creating space for himself in the box and drawing David De Gea into his first save. But it was a rare opening for the hosts.

The Reds made another substitution with 20 minutes left as Antonio Valencia came on for Young, with Nani switching to the left flank. Junior Hoilett replaced Andros Townsend as Rangers sought a way back into the game but it was United who looked more likely to score again, with Rooney and Welbeck both seeing shots blocked inside the box.

And the second goal did arrive with 10 minutes left, Giggs running onto Nani’s slide-rule pass to blast home his fifth goal of the season from a tight angle. Giggs, in his 999th competitive appearance at club and international level, almost added a second when his looped shot bounced off the bar, as United threatened to cut loose.

Welbeck had another chance to extend United’s lead but was tackled in the box after taking too long on the ball, before De Gea saved again from Samba, now playing up front.

United toughed this one out, make no mistake, and if the Reds go on to regain the title, this may well be regarded as a pivotal three points in the run-in.


Manchester United for life!

Glory MUFC!


Ceaser’s Poison


It sucks, it really sucks when someone changes so badly and that someone whom you consider your life. Life had already taught me a lesson before but like a bitch I feel I’m again back to the same fucking track. I hate myself for that. I really do. I want to change myself, I wanna be rude, I wannabe impatient, I wanna scream but I feel so trapped. When you feel life is perfect, you don’t need anything beyond…always something or the other proves me wrong. My resolution was not to trust anyone long ago but I never worked on it. I won’t blame anyone else except myself. I hate myself so badly. I’m just scared that one day a day will come when I’ll kill myself cause of the guilt in me. I don’t want to be like this. I don’t deserve this after what I do for someone. I know right now I don’t stand anywhere but the feeling that someone is always there fro me is diminishing in me. I feel so alone right now. Maybe he feels I’m overreacting but deep inside even he knows how much I love him. it never used to happen like this before. Nowadays every fucking day we fight. I cry, I cry my heart out for really stupid things, I can’t help it. I feel suffocated. I feel someone is trying to bury me alive. I’ve made myself so dependent on him, he tells me he is very emotionally weak and stuff but I’m much more weaker than him. I miss my parents so much.Crying face I feel like an alien out here. I wanna go back, I wanna go back, I badly wanna go back. I hate ‘”ego”. It is the only thing that destroys everything. I’m so fucked up right now.



Happy Birthday my dear Princess, you rule over everyone’s heart, you make everyone smile and vanish their tears!Red heart

Happy Birthday Suchi!!Gift with a bowBirthday cakeCameraPlateMugMartini glass


Happy Birthday!!

If I want any work done, I usually like it done yesterday…Sucha likes it done the day before. That’s how she came to the planet 20 years ago..with a mission to correct the human race, because God wanted some people like her to be present on earth as soon as possible to make it a better place of living and cure humanity!Smile

Her sense of urgency coupled with a style of having-all-the-time-in-the-world and topped (rather cherry whipped creamed) with a magnificent sense of vision, you end with one of the liveliest combinations on the planet.

I think the major secret of her sense of humor is ahhh…Sunita Aunty would have had this habit of singing and cracking jokes when she would have been in pain…and that’s what she would have done when she was in labour and Suchi was about to come into the world, so all those impressions must have stayed. They have actually multiplied abundantly in fact!SmileThe result finally being a perfect antique piece known as Suchi.Smile

Okai as long as I’ve known Suchi…lets try to analyse this fairy on earth by making some wild guesses!!Smile

I think, as a kid, she was ‘reasonably well behaved’ and would never do mischief that would hurt anyone but would have been hell lot naughty.Smile This is something that makes her the most special child on the whole earth!Smile


Little Suchi

She is one of the finest story tellers I know of and of course the most prolific story makers I know of (every talk of hers gives me an idea about something or the other).Nerd smile In fact this whole blogging idea was simply because of Sucha! PrincessStories simply happen around Suchi.

A story goes how Suchi once prepared tea for Daadu, and as we all know she is such an active personality…here’s something which would prove that…in Kashmir, a special kind of a tea is prepared by adding dry fruits especially almonds which after being chopped properly are added into the the tea…Sucha was such a busy person one fine day that she had to rush somewhere or maybe she wasn’t in a mood to prepare tea (but I still think she had to rush somewhere)Smile with tongue out but Daadu asked her to prepare tea! Now how can she say no to Daadu…okai…agreed Sucha goes to the kitchen and prepares the tea! But now when it came to chopping down of the Almonds, the gentle beautiful lady was so energetic that she didn’t even touch the almonds and took am as it is along with the tea to Daadu only to stuff them inside Daadu…I still have all the mercy and sympathy of the universe with Daadu…what the hell was his mistake that Suchi made him go through all this torture!?! But in the end it was Suchi who was the last (wo)man standing! She took the final call!! This prompted me to give her a new nick name…KC as in it stands for “Kaam Chor” in Hindi (I’ve also updated it on her page on my blog “About Suchi” ). People please note that when I said Suchi is active and energetic, I was sarcastic!Open-mouthed smileSmile with tongue out

Oh how can I not write this one…along with everyone else in Dulloo household, Suchi also took utterly veg food and turned pure veg forever (by choice!!) and a fervent spicy/teekha addict (with Momos and Maggi as her favorite).Nyah-Nyah

Suchi herself never used to like non-veg (meat) and she used to loathe, abhor and detest even eggs which are a fairly staple diet in a Kashmiri house. But as it stands now…she is cool with sticking onto eggs!Smile She can survive with them! Maybe some remnant Kashimri genes made her fight for egg related stuff mainly cakes and omelets on many occasions…that too, she would like the omelet so much more than the toasted bread…that she would finish off the core part of the dish and leave behind the toasted bread sides only for me to finish them in the end!!Steaming madAnnoyedI’ll have my revenge someday…Suchi lol!SmileOpen-mouthed smile


I also recall,how into the first year in engineering, she along with her hostel pals got into guitar classes only to make a girly rock bandSmile with tongue out. Exactly two years later all the guitars including the ones of her band mates are happily resting inside their respective rooms and beat this…they all get frightened away when they see the guitar teacher on road by any chance sometimes! So these days major interest is the laptop!Open-mouthed smile”Lappi” as dear Suchi calls it is her dearest company in hostel! She loves her laptop so much that she has managed to keep it as good as new even till this dateComputer…add on to it the Photon and of course the Crysis game which according to me Suchi will never finish but will always stand in front of me pretending  that she finished it the immediate next day when the game was installed!Just kiddingHats off to you fairy!Angel


Suchi's Guitar

Suchi is an awesome vehicle handler of all times! Claims that she knows to drive car…which I obviously believe (I’m sarcastic)Party smile but she certainly is a perfect bike rider! As I recall, Madam was once getting late for her tuitions in the early morning so she decided to set off in a high speed so that she could make it on time and guess what happened next? A truck all of a sudden came in front of her and her holiness the great mighty Suchi applied the front breaks…kaboom…bhaadaam!! Ended up hurting her knee badly! Even after it has healed now, the injury looks like a stain on the snow fall even today! Life in Haldwani those days came to a halt when dear Mighty Suchi was injured! Bad omens!! You’re so wonderful Bebo…nothing bad can ever happen to you!SmileGod gas created that special protective shield around you so that nothing ever can harm you.Smile

However I still wonder how did she manage to get a driving license…I mean come on the cutie pie is just 5.3” i.e. 160 cm only and still she has a driving license??!! Uffa!Nyah-NyahRolling on the floor laughing Not to forget your looks Suchi…though you’ve turned 20 but you still look like a baby…you are so so baby faced!In love

SPM_A1334Suchhooo..and me!vcm_s_kf_repr_832x624

Out of her innate sincerity, she would always teach me the stupid idiotic subjects on engineering and trust me whenever I face any doubts she clears them for me with a perfect logic behind her reasoning…however, when me myself ask her humongous, wonderful and uncomfortable questions which she can’t answer she just says, “Isko rattna padega” (you’ll have to mug it up)…that’s it! End of the discussion!!SmileOpen-mouthed smileEvery single thing related to Suchi is pure, addicting, charming and innocent!Light bulb

Well here’s another incident I can never forget which again sets an example for all of  us as to how innocent we can be if we try learning from Suchi! Dear Darling lost her phone one fine day and can you believe this…it was stolen right from her pocket! Till this date it’s a mystery as to how the hell did that happen!Confused smile Poor Suchi cried a lot because of that.Sad smile But finally on the holy eve on her birthday she got a new phone!Mobile phone

Suchi loves her dad the most on the earth! Calls him Bhaiya for that fact…she always makes sure that she keeps him happy all the time! Oh for that matter…addressing the relatives is still a mystery in Suchi’s house! Here are few examples of how people are addressed by the Mighty Suchi:-

Dad: Bhaiya

Daadu: Papa

Daadi: Baabi

Mom: I’ve no idea..lolFlirt male

Tauji: Bhaiya Raja and many more!Winking smile

Well here is an honest confession…the only person in the world I’m scared is Suchi Dulloo…mainly because I cannot stand her fury and of course her pain! One raised eyebrow or a finger from the Great Beauty of Haldwani and I shall stop in mid howl and tears will instantaneously vaporize in case I’m crying. Her reputation precedes her. Stories of her charm and unbelievable stuff are far too many. Not all of them are false!Winking smile But nowadays people are missing that on her time because she spends her majority of the time with me but Sucha blames it on her aging that she can’t remember stories of her charm! The only sign of aging on Sucha is her silver white Candlefish hair right above the skull!Smile

Sucha was a proud student of prestigious coaching class (Vivekananda Classes, which are very difficult to get into) and don’t ignore this mates…but Suchi got into VIT and was the only selection from her batch in VIT but as it stands, it was my destiny to meet her in Bangalore which brought her here in this beautiful city! I’m blessed to have you here Suchi!Thumbs up

Sucha’s stories during her first year are way too legendary. You got to be on a dozen courses of her and her interests to have a fair sampling of them and though people may have heard a story 100 times, yet her spontaneity and style of telling makes it seem just as thrilling or funny as if you’re hearing it for the first…you’re too Awesome Suchi!Embarrassed smileSecret telling smile

This is how I saw her (and only her) for the first time…what a perfect introduction she was in the class–wise and witty, dynamic and cool!!Flirt female And of course every teacher’s favorite.Nerd smile

Not to ignore the melodiously she sings and dances! She’s just too too and too delicate to handle!Send a kiss

Suchi I never told you this but Ellie and her gang in USA once saw some pictures of you and you should thank me for that because I was the one who showed her and her pals your photos!Open-mouthed smileThose American teens complimented you for your personality and your looks…this is what they said, “This chick looks awesome, in fact she is beyond cool”…and trust me Bebo when Americans say so, they seriously mean it…I mean isn’t it?? Means a lot right? Your personality is American approved…hell yeah!!Smile

This might perhaps be the best thing you might read on your birthday…

Know what Suchi?? Guruji says learn,

  • Team work from the Japanese,
  • Precision from the Germans,
  • Presentation and Marketing from the Americans,
  • Frankness and Warmth from the Africans,
  • Etiquette and Manners from the British and
  • Human and Spiritual Values from the Indians.

So doesn’t that make Sucha Japanese, German, American, African, British and an Indian all rolled in one?!?Surprised smileHell Yeah! Suchi…Perfection is the word for you!!Smile

One may add French and Italian too, given her penchant for Momos, Maggi, extra spicy food and of course her cool looks. She holds me together with such love and personal attention and quality time (not to forget her lovely, innocent, funy and splendid talks), that I’m left with no choice but to blossom and carry forward the tradition…that the most beautiful girl on earth started!Be right backLaughing out loudRolling on the floor laughing

Given Suchi’s talents, someone whom I happen to know and she doesn’t…expressed she is one of the most under marketed personalities in the world, and that she should be on every radio or television channel possible…and I am sure, with a little prodding or praying and well wishing from my side and blessing fromSucha’s family, who knows it might someday happen too…I know thoda zyada ho gaya but seriously I desperately wish for it to happen!Who me?It will indeed do a great deed to this world.

Sucha has an eye for beauty and detail, a taste for the ultimate and the exotic, an ear for the subtlest and the melodic…most things around her have a graceful, understated elegance.

God is the one who has made me cry the maximum through Suchi (such helpless and abundant tears of gratitude), and also through Suchi, he has made me laugh the most. Two glorious decades of this being on the planet, about half of them serving everyone artfully, spiritually, emotionally, stomach fully and gracefully– what a wonderful treat it is to have Suchi in my life!! XOXOXO!Secret telling smile

May all your dreams and wishes come true!

May you achieve all the success in your life!

May there be happiness and no tears in your life!

Wherever you go, you spread your charm and make people happy!

May you fulfill all the dreams that Mumma-Papa have seen!

May all your troubles and miseries come to me!

Happy Birthday to the dearest Darling!Smile

Happy Birthday to the most beautiful girl on the planet!Girl

Loads of Love and Blessings!Red rose


PS: This post goes live at 1758 hrs. at the precise time Suchi is supposed to turn 20…lets celebrate Sucha’s birthday by doing everything good and correct in all and everyway possible!Smile

Suchi’s Song

Well this is the poem I was actually talking about while penning down Suchi Re-Introduced!!

So here it goes…


I want to be Ugly,
Not lovely…
I want to cackle,
Not sparkle.
I need some warts,
And some tangled knots.
I need a bat or a spider,
For a familiar.
Why, I will even settle for a tiger!
I am so sad…
I don’t feel good when I am bad.

In fact just the other day,
I helped an old man find his way.
I fed a hungry bird some seeds,
And saved an ant from drowning with some leaves.
I even make poems rhyme…
Though that takes up so much time.
All this while, I could have been bad,
Ooooohhhh, I am feeling so very horrible
I have started to feel good when I am noble.

I am so very, very sad…
I don’t feel good when I am bad.

Rolling on the floor laughing

You Rock Suchi

Never change!!Flirt female