The Hummingbird - Poem by Tushar Ray
I saw shiny little hummingbird
A yellowish green cutie with a rosy neck
As if a pink ribbon has been tied around
And with a playful spectacle in the air
She seemed like coming from the heaven
In the departing golden sun,
And all on a sudden
Started communing with the blossoms
While dancing around time and again!
Then suddenly took off
As swiftly as it came
And vanished into thin air like a blue dot
It was a rare sight, indeed!
With everything about the Garden
In a near perfect harmony
As if the hummingbird was only lacking
To complete this ongoing theme
With flowers dancing by the gentle wind
Golden citruses kissing the lawn
And in homecoming chirping all around
It was blissfully perfect, indeed!
As if heaven emerged in my late fall garden!
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