Sushil Kumar Tripathy

Rookie - 96 Points (11th November 1963 / Odisha State in INDIA)

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I the homeless tiny bird,
Called me as house sparrow,
Thatched roof, with clean well ventilated
Open space I prefer to nest.

Years passed with
Vanishing thatched Roof
I am running with dwindled life
At the heart of concrete jungle
In search of a place of nesting
Failed in my mission,
Slept on the branch of poles
Of transmission line.

Nature's cruelty plays
Oozes out the eggs
I have to lay in the nest,
I cried as loud as I can,
Before it touches the ground
'Save' 'Save'.

Submitted: Sunday, March 03, 2013
Edited: Saturday, September 07, 2013
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  • Gold Star - 7,549 Points Amitava Sur (9/17/2013 5:50:00 AM)

    The poem depicts the helplessness of an individual in this contemporary world, written well (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 0 Points Yvette Smith (3/3/2013 6:30:00 AM)

    I like this poem, it reflects the fragilty and the fleeting nature of all living things. well written. (Report) Reply

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