Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


Prevention of cruelty to animals important
Animal rights must give priority
Animals are helpless creatures before humans
But their freedom, rights are negated
Effective steps and corrective measures, a must.

In temple processions, Pulling and pushing logs
Excruciating suffering sometimes
The elephants are the most suffering ones
Intervention of human conscience warrants.

In extreme hot summer, and burning sensation
compelled to walk through the tarred surface
Heavy rains, waterlogged pitfalls sometimes
How the giant elephants are led in processions?

The heavy wooden logs from wild forests
Forced to carry to the down wards, commands
Cruelty of mahouts a daily event to them
Elephants are entitled to get justice and freedom.

Submitted: Thursday, August 21, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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Cruelty to animals objectionable it is!

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