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Beauty of the beast

The day begins,
as it opens those eyelids.
With a smelling yawn,
and a hot f*rt*ng.
Now it has awakened.

It screams "meow"
It stretches it elbows
and bends its body
for a warming up.
This is her morning exercise.

Swaying here and there, it moves.
For a morning breakfast.
She moves around her master's leg
She moves round and round
and she says "meow"

She does this every morning
Because I watch her
She is cute
And this is the beauty of my little beast
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Hello friends, I am from India. Coming to my educational details, I am an electrical engineer and currently I am in the final phases of my doctoral program. In due course of time I have imbibed some flavors of poetic thoughts, which eventually came out unconditionally, all of a sudden. I was afraid at the beginning that I won't make a good poem so I was reluctant to do so. On the other hand I started with a short story that I was little confident about. But, after 6 short stories were published I got tired. Somehow poetry was in the veins and therefore I started with one. Poetry.com came to my help, I enjoyed getting encouraging review and also tasted bitterness. But in the end, I loved sharing my poems here and enjoyed reading others as well. Now, I am perplexed on how my fear turned out to be my love. I wished to be in the top 12 ranks at least for once, so I tried. I didn't thought I could make it 1st but somehow I could manage it on 30 and 31th Oct. In course of my journey to the top list I have gone through many poems and enjoyed many of them. What I realized at the end is those poems weren't just poems. They talked about various peoples, their livelihood, their humorous wits, their sorrows, pains, love for the other, they also talked about moral and what our almighty god says. I cherished my happiness in these poems and sadness at times. I am also happy that I am a part of this community.Thanks to the Poet's community. Anyone interested to keep in touch with me, please welcome. You can send me request at these links also you will find my email here.Weblinks,1) http://arkmaniacs.wordpress.com, 2) http://www.linkedin.com/pub/ravi-kant-a/25/a6/1b3, 3) https://www.facebook.com/ravi.kant.7140, 4) https://twitter.com/ARaviKant1, 5) http://poetry.com/users/199123-Ravi Kant, 6) http://yourstoryclub.com/author/ravikant-writer more…

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