Two pigeons were flying over a posh car showroom.
Said one to the other, “Let’s put a deposit on a Ferrari.“
[Tweet))))) tweet))))) tweet))))]
Charlie: “Hello Berd, where are you now?”
Berd: “Hey Charlie, I’m at the branch office. What’s up?
Charlie: “Do you want to hang out with me later?”
Berd: “I’d love to, Charlie. But I’m kinda tight up with work here.
You know how it is, working for a Mulberry International Company.
It can be berry stressful!
Charlie: “I understand, Berd. Call me if you need to talk, okay?
Tweet care, my friend! Bye!
I will take a walk into the rainforest
to forget about myself.
I will feel and inhale the wild fresh wind.
I will listen to the tropical birds sing.
I will embrace the beauty of the waterfall
where the crystal pure water
would cleanse away all pain.
For there is no better shrink
who could soothe
and bring healing to my soul and being.
World Peace & Harmony
– Shyamli Suneesh
Peace is glory, peace is dignity,
peace is love and peace is amity.
Birds fly freely high up in the blue sky,
Flowers bloom and cherish when spring arrives.
Dews settle on leaves with deliberate happiness,
As bees buzz excited around their hives.
Why aren’t we as happy as they are?
So free, so elated
and no complaints at all.
Take the morning paper in your hand
and you’d find destruction all over land,
going around in evil bands
making peace and harmony banned.
War, conflict and destruction everywhere
arresting our accord even while asleep
Oh! God now is so very rare
And is peace today that hard to keep?
People are killed
every now and then.
Oh! Isn’t there anyone who’s skilled,
to place the eminent gem
of tranquility and unity.
I woke up today morning,
to enjoy Mother Breeze.
She says if we’d stop roaring
and take everything with ease,
we’d surely succeed in gaining world peace
As trees and flowers sway
and the wind runs over my face
It brings in a new ray of hope
that world peace can still return
“May the World Live in Peace and Harmony”
I’m busy on the line now,
I’ll tweet you later.”
Birds are getting pretty p◉◉pular at self portraits!
Deep within a forest a little turtle began to climb a tree. After hours of effort he reached the top, jumped into the air waving his front legs and crashed to the ground. After recovering, he slowly climbed the tree again, jumped, and fell to the ground.
The turtle tried again and again while a couple of birds sitting on a branch watched his sad efforts. Finally, the female bird turned to her mate.
“Honey,” she chirped, “I think it’s time to tell him he’s adopted.”