It was a busy day. Less busy until the point-of-Lay's arrived. I was just done with trying to create picture content so I peeped, trying to get my reaction grounded.
I could see the transport crates arranged into a bus. The plan was to take it into the pen since it had already been sprayed and it was a lot. I was yet to know who would carry them so I went to clarify that and check the transport crates too.
The chickens looked healthy, the same size it was when I went to check them last week in the carrier's farm. Bringing the transport crates into the pen, I made sure to feel their weight and also check their health. One by one, slow at first then tedious in the end, into our cages that had already been feed. We counted to round it up so the carrier's could go before leaving the pen. -My blog
आपकी कुछ रचनाएँ पढ़ी, सभी अद्वितिय हैं। अपनी पाँच पुस्तक प्रकाशित करने के बाद हम अपनी छटी पुस्तक पर कार्य कर रहे हैं जिसमें आपको सह-लेखक की भूमिका अदा करने के लिए आमंत्रित कर रहे हैं। अधिक जानकारी के लिए हमें मेल करें।
• What is a Rodeo? ••• : A Rodeo is a skills competition tradition of the American Cowboy. One feature of the competition is Bull-riding. Cowboys attempt to ride a bull for 8 seconds before being disqualified for touching the bull with their free hand, or especially for being thrown to the ground.
This experimental, new prototype and example poem is set on the primary requirement to have a pace of 8 syllables in mind within the 8 lines of verse. Hop on and give one a try!
• The 'Rodeo' poem format: (an EWK Original Poetic Prototype) ••• 1) themed by the spirit of the Old American West 2) 8 lines of 8 syllables each 3) each line begins with the last letter of the previous line 4) no beginning capital letters, lower-case throughout; except proper nouns will be capitalized 5) period punctuation at lines (4) & (8) 6) end-rhyme words not required ••• #RodeoPoem Welcome to add this tag to your own Rodeo poem!