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Piyush Dey

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The song of the Brave


I am the king of the jungle,
I run like the beams of the sun,
When I laugh, all trees bow,
When i roar, dogs rebound their path,
because, I am the king of the jungle.
I play with life and death,
When i fight, thunders scream,
When i sleep, all butterflies laugh,
Because, I am the king of the jungle.
I speak like the bravest soldier,
When I bow, all clouds cry,
When I cry, i feel like laughing,
Because, I am the king of the jungle.
I glare like the bullet's charm,
When I play, all flowers dance,
When I rest, peace kisses the air,
Because, I am the king of the jungle.
I am like the fire of heaven,
When I laugh, all birds lust,
When I bath, all fishes are gladdened,
Because, I am the king of the jungle.
I am the beauteous river over the cliffs,
When I sing, all mountains shiver,
When I walk, stars pave my way,
Because, I am the king of the jungle.
Jungle is my life and my life is my jungle.
Because...I am the king of the jungle.

Submitted: Friday, March 21, 2014
Edited: Saturday, March 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: inspirational


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