Lambamayum bimol


My garden tree


Rat-tat, rat-tat, rat-tat

Rattled with a heavy noise,

I opened the door and saw

The leaves were rattling with in the wind

I held the tree struggling with the wind

Then the wind died down

One leaf fell down on my head and

Said, ' I fear the wind'.

I wish I could help it!

Submitted: Wednesday, April 03, 2013

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peeping through my door, I noticed some leaves of mango trees struggling with the winds on a rainy day. One helpless leaf all in a sudden fell violently that impressed me a lot.

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