Bhagavadgita Pages, Chapters 1 to 18

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The City Bird

A frisson of fear struck him like thunderbolt

His heart stopped, his mouth gapped

Pupils dilated, eyes popped, face froze

Eyebrows knotted, mouth dried, breath quickened

Heart palpitated, stomach turned, cisterns emptied.

All this because a bird scraped his head.

He walked by the nest overhead

Built by a city bird on a city tree

Without a building permit, unafraid of humans.

The winged biped, a scofflaw, lives on donated food

Fluffs its chilled feathers and caws for no reason.

“You, Scaly Legs, Toothless Beak”, he snorted

“Why did you deposit the cargo of cloaca on me?”

Veeraswamy Krishnaraj