rajendran muthiah

(16.03.1950)

The Conspiring Buddhist-Chineese


We can’t build again China’s’ Great Wall’
but Nature made Himalayas tall.
Enjoy in Tibet your honeymoon.
Don’t encroach on our Ladakh, you hoon.
In ‘gym’, you are on top.
‘cross the borders don’t hop.
From Lhasa, to Dhalailama, make a call.
Upto Dharmsala can’t your tongue loll.
To play tricks, India isn’t a doll.

Submitted: Friday, May 03, 2013
Edited: Saturday, May 04, 2013
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China has annexed Tibet. Now it has intruded into Ladakh of India.
Dhalailama, the deposed Head of the Tibettans has been living in a Buddha-temple in Dharmsala. From Ladakh to Dharmsala, the Chineese can travel in dark to do anything evil.

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