POETRY

A Child’s Wish

Opening my eyes to a new day,

I found myself under a shady tree and not in a heap of hay;

Racing vehicles leaving me in a swoon,

Will I get some breathing space anytime soon?

Separated from my folks, without shelter since ages,

Is staying hungry too one of life’s many stages?

 

I too wish to run everywhere and play,

By swimming in waters or getting soaked in clay,

Had I been your baby;

I would accompany you to sail,

Yet I am a baby;

With two extra legs and a tail.

 

 

 

 

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