Looks are many so many,
Calling for a penny,
Looks are different very different,
Posing an under current.
Looks take a bird tone and an animal clue,
Expressing a sensation in queue
First comes the pleasant look,
With a smile and poise,
Next treks in a beautiful look,
With a glamour and grace
Then comes in a seductive look,
With a provoke and blaze.
The Ravenous looks are zealous,
Attributing a rapacious insinuation,
The Eagle looks are horrendous,
Ascribing to an evil demonstration
The Dove looks are melodious,
Gathering a sweet inclination.
The look of a Lion interprets majesty,
The look of a Tiger indicates fury,
The look of a wolf emits treachery,
The look of a rabbit exhibits timidity,
The look of a monkey elaborates truancy.
The individual expressions of birds and animals,
Transcribe and translate in Man’s eye ,
Reflecting his intentions and intonations,
Be it royal, furious, seductive and pleasant,
Compiling a record of looks too many.