Treasure Island

Shanika marini Paul


Unity of crows


Observed did I two crows at play
Upon a roof not faraway
The mother crow teaching her little one to fly,
as father watched with utmost pride.

Ecstasy and strive
went wing to wing
the nestling flew and looked behind.
Sad to note momy wasn't seen
but a million crows
chirped angrily

Closer did the little one fly.
discovered did it the frightening truth
While momy and dady watched with pride,
their little one take it's first flight
The Vilai, The cat did make it's prey
the mther crows life as she stood

The unity f crows did I doth see
Not only at meals, but in pains grief
Pondered did I if they had cast or creed,
as they moaned with anger upon death's deed.

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014

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