Seema Chowdhury

Rookie - 137 Points (14th September,1971 / Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Because Flower Is My Name


I'm proud to tell if you want to know
Where did I come from and where did I go
I live in earth's lap both high and low
And i'm friend to everyone and don't have a foe

I usually feel happy in the season of spring
Because taht's when I can play, dance and sing
With small feathered creatures who fly in a ring
And with all sad people whether beggar or king

I cheer up the people who feel down and blue
And I try to do good things for them if I can do
And replace their tears with smiles that're new
And pray with them for things they're wishing too

I'm found in places that're hilly and plain
Playing witrh my friends in acircle or chain
Or sometimes I just stand quietly in the lane
So people can see me from a moving train

I say get well to those who don't feel well
And tell them good things that I can tell
And give them happiness taht no one can tell
aby sharing their cries and smiles taht dwell

I'm also considered as a source of delight
Because I'm found in colors that are bright
And I even feel fresh in the middle of the night
For those who want to see bright shiny light

I like my work and I love to play this game
For making people happy is my only aim
And I treat everyone nicely just the same
Because I'm the Lord's creature and Flower is my name.

Submitted: Monday, November 24, 2008

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