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Barren Woodlands

Whenever I pass through the woodlands,
I find them bereft of,
The animals and the birds are almost extinct,
The monkey, the bear, the porcupine,
The peacock, the vulture, the kite,
The wolf and the hyena,
The deer and the stag.

Crime And Punishment

Who does the crime
And who gets punishment?
Is man a criminal by nature,
Is man a culprit, a convict,
Can you say it in a confirmed way
As see I none a criminal?
Only situations and circumstances change them
Into criminals, convicts and culprits,
Isn't it?

Mayan Civilization

What more do we know about
The Mayan civilization,
What was it America in the past,
How the aboriginal history of it?
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