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How the Love Birds Met

Updated on October 13, 2013

A Gust of Wind blew

Through the Rain Forest

Shedding some Dry Leaves

From a Twig

Where a Lonely Bird

Was Quietly Perched.

He turned his head gently

And Glanced at an adjacent branch

Where two Love Birds

Were Feeding

From each other’s Beak.

His heart Brimmed with Uncanny Contentment

At the lovely sight

Made way for two drops of silent tears

From the corner of the eyes

In Ethereal Bliss!

Just then something caught his attention……

At a little distance

A female Bird

Was Running For her life

To Save herself

From the deadly clutches

Of a Large Fearsome Eagle.

As she came close

To this tree

He suddenly rose from Nowhere

In New Found Strength

And faced the Ruthless Eagle

Like a combative Warrior

With Spread Wings

And Fire in the Eyes

As if to say….

‘Do not take one step Further!’


The Eagle was shocked in Disbelief

At the awesome challenge posed

By a rather dainty Bird

And took a few steps back

Only to find a sea of other Birds

Coming for him

Making him flee as fast as he can.

As our Bird

Gained his composure back

And turned his attention

Towards his new found Friend

The skies opened up

To the ethereal flow

Of Countless Mellifluous tunes

Thawed to Unspoken Verves

In spoken Harmony

From the treasure trove

Of Heavenly Love

Transcending to

Lands of Unending Bliss!

Thus met the two Love Birds

To Sing Ditties Together

Of Love, Of Joy

Of Happiness, Of Bonding

Flying through skies of true Freedom!



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    • meghabrito profile imageAUTHOR

      Smarajit Chowdhury 

      5 years ago from Kolkata, India

      Thanks a lot Gypsy for your encouragement. I am glad you like it.

    • Gypsy Rose Lee profile image

      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      5 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Voted up and beautiful. Really enjoyed this delightful hub. Great pics.

    • meghabrito profile imageAUTHOR

      Smarajit Chowdhury 

      5 years ago from Kolkata, India

      Thanks Eiddwen that you liked it.

    • Eiddwen profile image


      5 years ago from Wales

      Thus met the two Love Birds

      To Sing Ditties Together

      Of Love, Of Joy

      Of Happiness, Of Bonding

      Flying through skies of true Freedom!

      Beautiful words to end

      A truly beautiful hub and thank you for sharing.

      Voted up and shared.



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