Words’ Worth

Its an irony, I find tough to spell,
Even after having a decent spell;
Is there an existence of a word coop?
Seems I, myself, am sitting in a coupe.

A person, who knows how to bow,
Would have surely known its not bough;
And ‘ow’ doesn’t sound same as in row,
The row that is pronounced as roe.

Strong and tenacious is called tough,
While this is nowhere close to tuff;
To save your contest try a ruff,
Its not a perch fish which is ruffe.

Between the sight and sound of throw,
Sometimes there exist a deep throe;
And then I ponder over bear,
Is it spelled like tear or its bare.
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Preeti Choudhary

Preeti Choudhary is a homemaker and mother of a teenage son. Her respiration is to tootle along with a calmer life with a positive mindset. Her strong belief is that the words recited in the form of poems are just a natural expression of how we relate to nature, surroundings and life and can’t be induced.
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