Amit Kumar was fascinated by the birds which strolled around the wetlands. He shares his feeling with these clicks, and Somashis weaved it with words for our readers
That Sunday was something like this….
It was a Sunday when I found
A reason to go around
As I heard some sound
In the wetland beyond the mound
I saw the blue, and the yellow
The white and the gray
They fascinated me by their mellow
As I saw them with each passing ray
A Siberian Stone-chat flew across
Which gave me some thoughts
To click a picture
Of the creature
It was then that an Asian Open-bill appeared
That too I clicked and then cheered
I looked at her and said
You are truly a beauty and my day is made
Next I saw a Gray Heron
Who walked like the baron
Possibly looking for it’s pray
In the grass which was gray
Then I saw a Common Sand Piper
And I held my camera higher
Clicked the picture of the bird
I was speechless, without a word.
The Peacock blue was glorious
When I clicked he was quite curious
This is how the day came to an end
As I walked back home across the land.
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AK describes himself as a fellow journeyman. So far in his 30 years of work, he’s been a communication coach, organisational development consultant, journalist, and learning specialist. He’s now immersed in exploring the wilderness, and providing employability training in rural and peri-urban areas.