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DEVADAS MENON

Drama Horror Fantasy

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DEVADAS MENON

Drama Horror Fantasy

The Ghost in the Window

The Ghost in the Window

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There was an old and decrepit bungalow,

Near the old water tank,

People said a woman stares at them from the

window 

was it a practical joke or a prank.

They avoided the road at night the most,

Did not use the road anymore,

For they were afraid of the ghost,

The story was part of their folklore.

A man unafraid said I will go and stay,

stay through the night without any fear.

Will come out unscathed the next day.

There is no ghost, prove to all of you, I will

Make it clear.

The people staying nearby accepted his dare,

said you are brave but you also take care,

only thing  I will tell the ghost to beware,

 comming to confront you in your own lair,

So he went in to the house that night,

They all waited for him to come out,

In impatience, in anticipation, till day light.

That he would come out of that place 

They had no doubt.

He did not come out that day, nor the next day,

They people stared with fear at the bungalow,

some brave souls also went in the night to see,

saw the woman's staring at them  from the window.

They all fled, all the time wondering where was he.

Folks as they went back to their lives, also thought.

He should not have gone to the bunglow,

The daring man occupies  their minds a lot,  

Whether he was killed by the women in the window,

In course of time, folks  stopped thinking,

about the man who went in.

The man now only lives in their memories. 

They know, against a ghost, you never win.

He is now part of their stories.

in night when people pass this bungalow,

They think of a foolish man who wanted to win,

Some swear that in the upper window.

Can be seen the sad face of a man who tried to go in. 



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