Prince Siddhartha And The Hunter Poem by Rohan Bendre

Prince Siddhartha And The Hunter



A Hunter Shot an Arrow At a Bird. He Said

'' With Better Joy and Fun in the Meal
Looks like i have Sealed the Deal.''

Prince Siddhartha Rushed to the Bird. He Said

'' Your Action Needs Immediate Correction
As Compassion And Good Secured Life has to be the Intention.''

The Hunter Argued

'' The Bird's Ownership has to be my Right
As to catch him i have gave a tough fight.''


Prince Siddhartha Said

'' Who Deserves More Possession One who takes Cruel Action
or the one who Provides Medical Attention.''


Both Went to the King. The King Thought for a while

'' Indeed This is hard to find a solution
Who but the Bird will Arrive at a Conclusion.''

The Bird Went to Prince Siddhartha

HAPPY BUDDHA BIRTHDAY TO ALL

Sunday, May 3, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: historical
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