Five Senses - Poem by Binoy Barman
Our eyes are sensitive to light
They can recognise
When it is day and when it is night.
Our ears are sensitive to sound
They can distinguish
Between barking bulldog and hound.
Our tongue is sensitive to taste
It knows exactly
Why mouth waters for chocolate paste.
Our nose is sensitive to smell
It can identify
When a flower is fresh and when stale.
Our skin is sensitive to touch
It informs us
Weather is hot or cool, and how much.
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