Hey, hey, hey, it’s your…

Hey, hey, hey, it’s your…
Yes, it is his birthday. There is a way of celebrating the day you were born and it is different for everyone. Ankit Naik is celebrating his birthday on December 8th and wrote – what he called – a rant/rap for the occasion.

Yes, it is his birthday. There is a way of celebrating the day you were born and it is different for everyone. Ankit Naik is celebrating his birthday on December 8th and wrote – what he called – a rant/rap for the occasion.

Yes, even the poetess who celebrated her birthday in December, wrote about this phenomenon called birthday. Here is poem 1488, otherwise known as “Birthday of but a single pang.”

Poem 1488: “Birthday of but a single pang”

 

Birthday of but a single pang

That there are less to come —

Afflictive is the Adjective

But affluent the doom —

 

Emily Dickinson

Back to Ankit. He wrote a poem that he considers as a rant or rape. It is all about those roller-coaster-emotions involved with birthdays.  We have to agree, birthdays are a funny thing… and yes, they are sometimes confusing.

Hey, hey, hey, it’s your…

 

Aren’t birthdays one of the most confusing occasions?

Yes, no?

Here we go..

 

You are happy since you were born on this day!

And you just love the attention coming your way!

 

Also, you are sad, because well

– you turned a year older..

Plus you’re excited at the prospects that come as you turn a new leaf over!

 

Nevertheless, you are angry towards people, missing to wish at that 12 AM stroke!

And at the end of all celebrations, you tend to end up broke 😉

Ankit Naik

 

Your birthday?

Have you ever written about your birthday? Or your name day? We would love to read more about this. Use the online submission form to send us your poem about this day. We look forward reading your work!

And now… go ahead and congratulate Ankit on his birthday, visit and follow him on Instagram: The Drunk Pen Official.

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Hey, hey, hey, it’s your…
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Hey, hey, hey, it’s your…
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Birthdays can be a source of inspiration to write about.
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The Ministry of Poetic Affairs

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