Anything at all.
Tell me madam tell me now,
Once and for all.
Have been waiting all these years,
At your beck; on your call.
Curse me babu one more time,
Before I fall.
For your pranks and all your mischief’s,
I have taken the fall.
Melt me baba with your mischievous smile,
On my knees I crawl.
Back from your drunken late night parties,
When you trip; I break your fall.
Scold me missy with those intoxicating eyes,
Before my knell tolls.
From the utensils in the kitchen,
To my white coverall.
I will miss the mice that scurry away,
When I mop the hall.
Spent the best part of my life serving,
Trying to please one and all,
But like all good things,
On this too the curtains must fall.
Walking away into the distant sunset,
There descends on me a gloomy pall,
Who will water the tulsi I planted,
Yesterday, by the wall?