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Lovebirds twitter,

Monkeys chatter,

When the glorious sun,

Arises at dawn,

Showering its rays of brightness,

To awaken us,

To a world of brightness;

 

The melodious chirp of birds,

The lively excitements in nature,

Not seen but felt,

By one devoid,

Of sense of sight,

Isolated from a world of brightness,

Destined forever,

To a world of darkness;

But his inner mind,

Fills with exuberance,

Unbounded,

At the sounds around;

Excessive joy felt within,

Darkness clouded within,

Unfelt,

Sounds of nature,

Sound of music,

Felt,

In harmony with nature,

Excites his inner mind,

To feel the presence,

Of a Divine influence in nature,

Soothing the pain,

Of isolation he feels within;

For he is better off,

Than the rest,

Who’re condemned,

Of heinous crimes,

The world could think off;

 

He is better off,

This way, no doubt.

 

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January 05, 2011
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