Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Talking Parrots. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
I lives in my cage with limited happiness
However, I say thanks to a new visitor
Come and sit down please, and take your seat
Every morning my master taught it me well
The parrot that lives and plays in this cage
That owner a man of dignity and lovable one
Another cage and in another home lives a parrot
While sees a visitor, it cautions the master
Run away someone came to your doorsteps
And run away as fast as you can
Not to mention the owner was a man in criminal acts
And a wanted one by the authorities and people.
The morale, how one studies, acts likewise.
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