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Bring Her Back

Updated on January 13, 2017


Mother Nature has blessed us with myriads of splendid creatures. Sparrow, the bird, being one of them. These little birds, as lovely as they are, are declining in number due to various factors like climate change, and pollution. But some effort from us can give them a world which is once again habitable and sustainable to them.

I had penned this poem as part of a social campaign called 'Save Sparrow' initiated by my erstwhile employers. This poem is dedicated to my little friends, Sparrows.


Bring Her Back

With wings of fire, and beak of rock,

High soars the ave, just like a hawk.

With the rising sun, she makes her ecstatic call,

A piece of beauty, pleasure for all.

But the sun of her fate sets fast,

And into the dark she disappears.

But no matter how long the Tundras last,

Her loud and screaming cries, one can't overhear.

Getting lost,is she, with every mile she flies,

Bring her back, back to life, before she completely dies.


© 2015 Ankit Mittal

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    • AMittal19 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ankit Mittal 

      2 years ago from India

      Thank you CrisSp for reading the poem. These little birds are really a delight. Environmental factors are posing serious issues for their survival. We all gotta do what we can to save them.

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      CrisSp 

      2 years ago from Sky Is The Limit Adventure

      Yes, save the sparrows! Well, it's quite chilly now and so most of the my winged friends are flying back south and beginning to hide away from the cold. I'll certainly miss them and so until then...

      Nice poem!

    • AMittal19 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ankit Mittal 

      2 years ago from India

      Thanks Brian for reading the poem. Long live the sparrow!

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      B Brian Hill 

      2 years ago

      Your passion for the sparrow is seen in your admiration. You've said a freat deal in just a few words. Long live the sparrow!

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      Sanjeev 

      2 years ago

      Nice poem Ankit.

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