Story Of A Drawing.

The great artist selected a big canvas
There he drew different pictures
The pictures were perfect and beautiful
No human hand could imitate the images
The images were of one who can define
His or her own imagination more useful
They were big mansions, palaces, homes
The small huts, thatched roofed shelters
Wonderful animals ever we had unseen
The Big elephants, cows, and lions
There were leopards likely jumping positions
And thrill of the drawings such a nice ones
The canvas was big enough to draw
The imaginative artist made the drawings
The nature was the artist in every day duty
The big canvas was the sky as usual
The great minds of humans amused and liked
The talent of nature beyond words or to explain.

by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..

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