rohan bendre

Rookie - 71 Points (25 december 1983 / dombivali)

Torture In The Temple


The Meaning of Temple Was About to Undergo a Drastic Change
Workship and Protection were the main Ideas behind the Definition
Cruelty was behind the Defintion
As it was the Real Intention
Be it the Monday or any other day
The Plight of the Tiger Remained the Same
as Entertaining by Riding was the Main Intention.
The Tiger was full of Wounds
as They were Dragged Chain Bound.
Adoption of Tigers was a Good Idea
But this Step needed Some Modification
as The Materialistic and Profit minded Brain Would force People in Animal Lover's Classification.
The Responsibility of Human's towards Animals is what you Should Remember
Unanimous Unification Will make it possible to Outnumber.
Against Animal Crime You have to Raise your Voice
Animals are not to Rejoice
Such Should be the Change as Quick as you can
As Mandatory is Animal Protection.
Oppose the Criminal Practices happening against Tigers in Sang Pang Ye Temple in South East Asia.

Submitted: Saturday, March 08, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 10, 2014

Topic(s): animals


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