Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Lessons Of Life Journey - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
They swims across the river
Teaching the lessons of safety
The little elephants trying their best
When errs strong punishment meted out
The careful upbringing for a future
And to roar in wilderness they entitled
Trapped in pits and tamed
The destiny makes them to suffer
Boasted by humans the good elephant
The slavery they gives them the cruelty
The lessons of swimming they often remembers
And tries to jump in rivers to escape
Likes the nature they grown in years
And made captive elephants, the human cleverness
The cruelty to animals, an injustice.
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