Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Cleverness Of The Fox. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The fox a clever one in a forest
Loved coloquintida, the wild cucumber
Where he tried his luck in nights
And himself in a cage of poacher
The fox sometimes makes own mistakes
And the tricks someone makes him he bite
A net in the jungle tries to trap
And falls in the net in over cleverness
A fox in run for a chicken from home
There he meets the house woman with stick
And runs fast as far as possible
And looks back to see someone if follows
But still he looks back every time of escape
The people call him fox is clever
The poor fox not always shows the talent
He continues the run through the ways
For a hide in the jungle someway forward.
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