Treasure Island

Narender Singh Bansal

(13-08-1979 / Shimla)

We Have Not Left The Jungle


We might have left the jungles
but we have not forgotten them
We might have clipped our nails
but we have not forgtten the claws.
We might have left hunting
but we have not forgotten the Hunt.
The hunt never had rules
and the powerfuls too don't have the rules.
The weak were hunted earlier
and they are being hunted today
So we have just shifted the jungle
We have not left the jungle.

Submitted: Sunday, June 28, 2009

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