Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Inseparable Bird In Homes. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The old systems gone fast
New life systems in homes
The family life changed
The convenience of modern times
Nowhere I hear the early song
The early morning siren of cock
Cocks of native ones, near extinct
The accuracy of their singing
The best alarm bells competed
The cocks were a part of homes
Their head weight and walks pretty
The flower in the head in bears
The cock's sound different it times
The strong walks and finding preys
The best friend of children, loved
The soulless, emotionless new cocks
We makes the food in homes
Even the imminent death, they sleeps
May be praying for an easy death
Mercy to the hen and cocks
Save the old species of world
The tamed ones from the wild
Cocks were an inseparable bird.
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