Almost anything is found in the road fare,
Not only wears but also wares,
Not only snacks but also dinner
Not only play guns but also missiles,
All apparently posing absolute simplicity,
Priced latently with utmost felicity.
Bargains go in a hectic range of float,
The vendor comes out with a quote,
That baffles the alert buyer
Who hides his rising temper,
In a feigned distraction,
Kindling the seller’s inclination.
There arises a verbal dual,
Keeping both in a gruel,
The seller claiming too much
The purchaser refuting such,
The rest delight in the argument,
Procrastinating the settlement.
The tug extends to a time,
Either of them unresponsive to the prime,
Lastly the giver of the goods yields to a limit,
The taker of the product unwilling to leave the summit,
Comes out with a feasible tag to both,
Finally the deal ends in a solemn oath.