Hot air Balloon 1

Poem 87: Hot-air Balloon

By Vijay Simhadri

The hot-air balloon travelled up by breeze,

It rose higher over lands and seas,

It was hoisted higher by warm air,

To other places somewhere,

There was the green hot-air balloon,

That avoided all misfortune,

It floated over oceans and skies so blue,

That was how it flew:

Like a liquid-soap bubble,

Away from the mainland trouble.

To our drawing

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