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I highly admire those who-
Lives in fantacy but do not make it an aim.
They try to do something different.
It's an outcome of their super logical brain
They are able to transmit their thinking.
On two P's - paper & people.
Without any clear saying,
They say everything,
They are the one who can arouse,
Illiterate with their magnificiant hands.
Animators are one who bring life to dead .
Their gutts is praisable.
They enter from inward eye to our brain,
And we travel on the path shown by them,
We never disagree them.
They act upon our saying,
What we say is hidden in veil.
They say it clear and openly.
They can encourage us of our right.
They can make us to revolt against false.
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