renu Vig sharma sharma


The Royal tiger of India


Stressful chattering of birds,
monkeys jumping from one branch to another.,
fluttering wings of birds,
running around of animals,
a sudden unrest in the jungle,
the news spread like forest fire,
there comes the majestic
yellow and black striped beast,
walked slowly on the dried leaves,

the best catwalk if one could luckily see,
the bold and the beautiful,
its the tiger on the scene,
the Royal tiger of India indeed,
unruffeld by noise around.,
unquestionable the king of jungle,
the wildest cat on earth,
unsocial solitary beast,
make every soul to fear for life,
be it a bird, animal, man or a beast.

Submitted: Thursday, October 20, 2011
Edited: Saturday, November 26, 2011

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  • Rookie Shyam Sundar (11/23/2011 11:55:00 AM)

    superb description of our national animal.......it like the introduction of hero in a film......ofcourse the hero of our country..... (Report) Reply

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