Drawing a line or a curve
On a blank piece of paper
And seeing it form a shape
Is a wonderful experience.
I'm immensely fascinated
By many a graphical form
Seen in nature around
Wandering full of life.
Stripes of the zebras're
Amazing in black and white
Those of majestic tiger've
Background of yellow or white.
Polygonal shapes seen on
The long-necked giraffe're
Large and small in size
And oriented in a random way.
Spots on the agile cheetah
No two marks are same
Fish under the sea've
Stripes, spots and designs.
Each form's so unique
Inspires man to imitate
Nature's abundant art
Let's preserve it and enjoy.
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