Jitendra Kumar Sahoo
OWL AT NIGHT
Hot and humid climate
Body is so wet! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
When I enter my room! ! ! !
I feel hot like my mom is chasing me with a broom;
I had call my society friend! ! ! ! ! !
To have a solution for hot problems end
We had a solution that night to sleep
On the roof so that we can have dreams too deep;
Night came with a cool breeze
Time to sleep in a comfort freeze
Under the open night sky
Where owl and bats fly so high;
We both pals share all joys and sorrows
Suddenly that night we have an arrows
Aim to awake whole the night
Lets see who can awake more and became" owl at night"
The completion was too top
I would have no hope
I feel the twinkling stars are cheering
The darkness and the full moon is smiling;
Owls and bats were clapping
Mosquitos and rats joyfully singing
I was awaked
And my pal was tending to awaked
After the mid-night
Town was damned quite
All went to sleep, not me soon! !
Not yet pal, not the stars & not the moon;
I think it was 4 O'Clocked
That time the fight I had rocked
I am the winner! ! ! !
And my pal was the losser!
I planned to sleep well that night
But the fact was I had awaked the whole night
And we finished the night long fight
And I was awarded with "OWL AT NIGHT";
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in this i HADBEEN AWARDED AS THE' OWL AT NIGHT'.
THIS IS a funny poem...........you can read and enjoy it.
the competion was on 4.6.2012
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