k.sathish kumar

Rookie (25 05 1994 / arni)

BATTLE RULES OF TAMIL'S


A king should announce the war date by any messenger,
king stops war when he got a compromise message from hostile.
Hostile country cows and women are plundering by king,
Hostile king and his soldiers are redeeming their cows and women.
The king and his soldiers are invading against the hostile country,
Hostile soldiers oppose the enemies to enter inside their country.
The king and his army grasp the hostile fort wall for belligerent,
Hostile are rescue their country from confiscation of enemies.
Soldiers are never fought with the fear and dishonest manner,
The soldiers are never attack the enemies in hostile back.
Two country soldiers are belligerent in battlefield with bravery,
Victor’s king worn Sirissa flower and won a hostile country.
The great noises with pomposity are arisen from the Victor soldiers,
These are the honest and proud full rules of Tamil’s battlefield.

Submitted: Sunday, October 23, 2011

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