Tajudeen Shah

Bronze Star - 2,120 Points (India.)

A Refined Kingdom, Save Man. - Poem by Tajudeen Shah

Animals: (In general)
With consent do they mate,
Keep manners fine and great.
Pleased are they as contented,
Fail never to act when intended.
Hunt only when they are hungry,
Kills none if not at all angry.
Angry is when attacked,
To nature are they attached.

No cat ever got trained,
Nor did signs get fixed,
Still do cats get noted
For manners well displayed.
Shy are they by nature
With concerns always greater.
Even nature's call is attended
With care genuine, not pretended.

Flies do dine on nectar,
Never do break any petal.
Hues and scents they Admire,
Never do they any Conspire.
By Dancing do they land,
On soft boughs of plants.
Concern great on haunts,
Gardens blush as she sings.

Birds migrate beyond miles,
Never miss any end trails,
Nor any one go astray,
As one do they all obey.
Time and space is specific,
Though habitat not so pacific.
Fail never to feed,
The younger ones in need,

Ants move in groups,
Daily ON its toils,
Live on man's spoils,
For future always stores,
No malice ever is shown,
Though their domains blown!

How can a mirror reflect
When the light is all in neglect?

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, February 5, 2013

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