gajanan mishra

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Drawing a bird Poem by gajanan mishra


Drawing a bird is very easy,
Let us start from an egg,
Then beak, then wing, talon and feather,
My dear, to draw a nest is better,
There, see some cheeper,
Use not any cage to keep the bird,
Do you know? this earth itself is a cage.

Let us have some fish
For they are the first wonderful creature in water
You may named hilsa, climbing, minnow, alligator,
Gudgeon, flat, grig, flounder, trout, carp, sheat, silver
Drawing fish is also easy with their fin, gill, scales,
Use good roe and fry in pisciculture
Show all in your aquarium.

Neither I am in the sky nor under the water,
I am here on the earth on this land
With so many python, lizard, tortoise,
Cockroach, ants, black bee,
And lion, tiger, camel fox, ass, dogs
Goat, hare, and I am trying my best
To be good and fair .

Draw whatever you like my dear,
But remember, drawing is not so easy
As you think here.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 10, 2014

Topic of this poem: creation


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