Any day you can’t see

the crow which has a

notable white stripe over

the protruded beak and

a queer round head, two

or three or a dense bunch

of hair brushing the breeze

of the late cloudy noon. Yes,

a late cloudy noon or early

summer morn or autumnal

eve it comes and sit on the

grill of my ‘lone balcony. It

never caws. Only bask in

the breeze closing its eye.

Bits of biscuits or bread or

rice mixed with curry, when

offered, it look at first like it’s

trying to read my mind, then

hop on the grill for few turns,

looking a’one is there or not,

‘fore it start having the offering

and then fly away after knocking

the grill with its beak. You can’t see

the crow any day (you want).

#A’one is anyone

A-Z Challenge Day#1: A for Animal (Crow)

National Poem Write Month Day #1: Kay-Ryan-esque Poem (Please comment on my attempt)

Stream of Consciousness Saturday (04/01/2017): Any

39 Comments Add yours

  1. kittysverses says:

    Wow, the not so talked about bird gets its much deserved compliments here. Nicely written Sangbad. 🙂


    1. sangbad says:

      Yes…it was also the featured one on the 2nd day of NAPOWRIMO…and this crow is one of my sort of pet…

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      1. kittysverses says:

        Good to know you consider it as your pet Sangbad 🙂 Well written poem, congratulations once again!


        1. sangbad says:

          Congratulations for what??

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          1. kittysverses says:

            For the feature.


            1. sangbad says:

              Oh thank you…yes it was unexpected…I did not enjoy writing this because the format…yes it was a great feat…first poem in NaPoWriMo got featured…

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            2. kittysverses says:

              Welcome Sangbad!


            3. sangbad says:

              😊 read my latest poems…hope you will be more amazed…

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            4. kittysverses says:

              Yes I sure will read! 🙂

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  2. Like this very much. There is a real relationship with the bird there.


    1. Sangbad says:

      Thank you for the review…am liking your poems also…


  3. -Eugenia says:

    Very nice! Thank you for following BrewNSpew

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Singledust says:

    Your study of the crow is very intuitive as it does like to tilt it’s head as if looking into our minds with a sideways glance. Admire your connection with nature Sangbad.


    1. Sangbad says:

      Thank you…yes if you observe it seems they are glancing at the inner of our minds with their sideways glance…

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Singledust says:

        You got that right!

        Liked by 1 person

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