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Z.I. Mahmud


The Two Martins!


The two Martins
Sitting on that tree branch
Singing merrily together
Making chirping noises sweetly
They are so happy
They are so faithful
They are so grateful
They are true friends
They help each other
They feel for each other
What a relationship they share!
So it is said
Even the birds stay together with their family
They go out in search of foods in the day
They return in the evening with the foods
As the darkness spread and daylight vanishes
They feed their babies
Until they can fly
Oh! Two martins

Submitted: Monday, August 27, 2012
Edited: Monday, August 27, 2012

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