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The Kingfisher

The poem is the symbol of eternal feelings of survival on earth. But the birds, animals and all nature will end up in course of time. Death brings dignity and such life is valuable. It has separate entity in the sense that life has ripeness of truth. The l

There was a piece of straw,


Underneath the shadow of the pine.


The leaves of the plants were
fallen there;


As if the snakes grew jealous to
get into the hole


For everlasting the pleasures of
the place desolated.


The bird was watching the grains greeted
for them


To attain the goals for its
peaceful abode.


The feathers were looking like,


Under the glistening rays of the
sun


In the garden so adorned beset with
flowers


To switch the system as arranged there.


It was so excited to get its prey floating


As if it was known before like shining star.


The thing which is so small, it cannot neglect


by its legs and wings of allover gestures.


It is not only a bird beside the sea and ocean


But in the small pool even it is known everywhere.



The poem is the symbol of eternal feelings of survival on earth.
But the birds, animals and all nature will end up in course of time. Death
brings dignity and such life is valuable. It has separate entity in the sense
that life has ripeness of truth. The life which is full of thorns
indicating luxuries and beauties cannot win the race of perpetual happiness of
eternity.

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