Ambrosia Ambrosia


In A Zoo Of Llife


Cute squirrels to play
Joyous sparrows to fly
Waddling ducks to roam with
There were so many in the first quarter

Mischievous honey bees to follow everywhere
Naughty monkeys to tease whole day
Pleasant love birds to provoke
There were enough in second quarter

Selfish jackals to thrive on
Opportunistic vultures waiting to hunt
Deadly reptiles to fill you with poison
There were few in third quarter

Now hoping to see my favorite ones

Divine nightingale with eternal songs
Royal peacocks with hopeful colors
White doves, messengers of love and peace
Though very few in last quarter at least

Submitted: Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, December 11, 2013

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