Pentaland Disciplines- Seventy [32- 34] Poem by Rajendran Muthiah

Pentaland Disciplines- Seventy [32- 34]



32."O, you wearing select jewels! My mind wants to be careless of modesty and accompany my hero.Will our hero exit from us through the desert land where the wild cows do stray without water to drink? ", The heroine agreed not with her friend who made much of the divide.

33."In the way trodden by our hero through the desert, the wild dotted fowls peck at the plants and trees and make the way closed with bits of leaves. The fowls bite and trouble the way-farers.The cruelty of the desert land grills us. Living alone, we are upset by many an abusive word", thus the heroine tells her friend, her predicament.

34."Our hero has a merciless heart for us.A group of bears with sharp claws attack the desolate houses with the creepers of Peerkai spread over their thatched roof.They scare the way-bearers, lash at them to torment. Will he think of this waterless path of the desert and avoid the divide from us? ", the heroine raised this question.

Thursday, October 26, 2017
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Rajendran Muthiah

Madurai District, Tamil Nadu, India.
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