Images (7)

The Birds

Home > Creations > The Birds

Tapan Nath

Disclaimer/Notice as Provided by the Content Creator
The poems featured on this website are the intellectual property of their respective author. And I hold the copyright to my work, and any reproduction or distribution without my permission is strictly prohibited.

Reclined under the shade of a snag tree,
A babbler piqued my curiosity.
Staggered by the companionship,initially.
Then pleased.

I discerned a lamenting warble…
The massif offered commiserations to him,
With an echo.
A lorikeet adjoined him,ensuingly
And,she twittered a novel…
Which was beyond my comprehension.

Nefarious humans are certainly not shaped,
To perceive this heavenly beauty.

His agonised warble was altered;
Now sings a euphonious trill.
Fare-thee-well,they exclaimed to the departing sun.
Much obliged,sings the song of love

Published: | Last Updated: | Views: 6

You may also like

Leave a Reply