The Love Birds [Poem]

 

On a branch of Banyan tree,

there lived two parrots who were free..

One of them was named Toy(he) and the other Soy(she),

They used to fly in the sky with joy…

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They together made a lovely nest,

In which they used to take rest…

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They used to cuddle all day long,

While singing a pleasant song….

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They had some sweet fights,

Their friendship reached great heights…

Alone they never flew,

No one could separate the two….

Once Toy wanted to buy a gift,

For which he had to make a shift…

He told Soy he is going to city,

To meet his friend who needs pity…

He bought a silver ring,

He was dancing ding-dong-ding…

On his way to home he met a storm,

He didn’t came back which was not his norm…

Soy felt cheated and left the branch,

Toy search her everywhere but he couldn’t catch….

At last he found her at the moor,

He did everything to make her cheer…

He then presented her that ring,

She elated with joy and began to swing…

They together came back to their nest,

And forgot everything as it was a test…

They lived happily ever after,

With this I close this lovely chapter….

                               -Sana Mahin

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I really love parrots and it’s a pleasure watching them doing nonsense…This is an imaginary poem (Fiction)….I hope you all like it….

 

17 thoughts on “The Love Birds [Poem]

  1. Sidharth says:

    I really enjoyed the consistency of your rhyme in this poem, it truly was an elevating experience for me as a reader to go through your post, thank you for sharing such a wonderfully crafted poem! According to your convenience please do read some of my writings would love to know what you think about them 🙂

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