Dr Hitesh Sheth

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A Tiger from Woods


There was a tiger in the woods
Who was expert in finding his foods

In chasing holes, he was number one
So he would indulged in all kind of funs

Oft he would go alone for hunt
And killed his preys while making grunts

He used to share spoils with tigresses
And would also play with their tresses

The offal he would bring for his wife
Which she ate without complain or strife

One day she caught him sharing his spoils
And her blood suddenly came to a boil

She attacked in rage and tore his flesh
And tiger's wanton life was in mess

He is yet to come out of the woods
And the tigress too is in sombre mood.

Disclaimer: The characters, emotions, ideas, events, concept, plot and thoughts, mentioned in this poem are purely fictitious and any resemblance to person living, dead or invisible is purely coincidental and unintentional.

Dr Hitesh C Sheth
06/12/2009

Submitted: Saturday, December 05, 2009
Edited: Thursday, November 01, 2012

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