Ramdas Bhandarkar

Rookie - 34 Points (Madikeri)

Kill Instincts To Smile At Death!


Don't kill animals, you are more animal than human,
more and more you learn,
You find animals live in you, Kill their instincts in own your mind,
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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Don't ever take tour eyes off me
Not even for a minute
'cause like a panther I might
pounce And that will be the limit
I can be sneaky, fast as a snake
I strike like a cobra, make no mistake
And baby you'll be trapped,
quick as a wink It's animal
instinct
Don't think that I won't pin you
down No matter how you plead it
I'm like a lion who's been caged
And you are gonna meet it Watch
out I'll warn ya', sharp as
a hawk
I'm wild as a tiger, I prowl and I stalk
'cause when a man feels thirst,
he takes a drink It's animal
instinct
You better not be caught off
guard This wolf is on the search now
A leopard just can't change it's
spots And I'm about to lurch now
I roar like the jungle, I fight
tooth and nail
I just gotta get you, you'll fall without fail
I'm ready for the kill, I'm right on
the brink
It's animal instinct
It's animal instinct, animal
instinct Elvis Presley Lyrics

Comments about this poem (Kill Instincts To Smile At Death! by Ramdas Bhandarkar )

  • Rookie - 26 Points Joseph Poewhit (6/4/2012 9:49:00 PM)

    Our lives are sort of like gardens (Report) Reply

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