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The forest’s sentinel
Glides silently across the hill
And perches in an old pine tree,
A friendly presence his!
No harm can come
From night bird on the prowl.
His cry is mellow,
Much softer than a peacock’s call.
Why then this fear of owls
Calling in the night?
If men must speak,
Then owls must hoot-
They have the right.
On me it casts no spell:
Rather, it seems to cry,
“The night is good- all’s well, all’s well.”

-- RUSKIN BOND

If you had to write a poem about owls, which of the following would help you in your research?