Silver Star - 4,154 Points (03 02 1967 / Tangail)

Cuckoo - Poem by SAKISABRE Saki

In the gap of the Leaves
one is chasing the other
making to fly some unknown insects of trees
as if swarms of bees!
making 'cook -cook- cook sound
a season to Love Crown!
Or to warm up the body from the wintry cold!
Where have you been so long:
From the mango trees
To the gentle breeze
To the branches again!
With the same sound
As if the same bird
Saw I in the mango orchard!
By the memory I am tortured!
People said Crows hatch Cuckoos eggs:
May be or may not be!
A simple thought!
'O, Hebrides Island
Breaking the silence! '

Topic(s) of this poem: childhood

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 6, 2015

Poem Edited: Monday, March 9, 2015

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