Have You Ever Been In My Country?

Have You Ever Been In My Country? short poem

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Have you ever seen the sun setting and the moon rising together
the three oceans mixing with each other
the peacock welcoming the rain
where the farmer will be found tinkling the golden wheat grain
where we will find the yellow mustard moving with the wind
the people eating together in the ring
where we find rain, wind, cold and hot together
have you ever seen an elephant wearing jewellery all over
have you witnessed the magic of the ivory love
have you ever seen the queen’s necklace from above
a place where over hundred languages are spoken
where there is a god’s own country is proven
have you ever been in my country
where you can never be lonely

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My name is Ambuja Parameshwary ,I am a in home science ,human development as major in BMN college of home science in Matunga, Mumbai
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Totally mirrored my thoughts:) Had a great time reading the poem:)


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