Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Mountain - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The mountain ranges boasts silently
I can defend any power in this world
Non can interfere in my matters
I am strong, vigilant, and powerful
The great rivers comes from my body
The wilderness all I takes with me
Even the roaring lion is nothing to me
I am fearless, calm and quite always
My quick temper will damage the valleys
That I am contented enough to contain all
The jungles cares me all times
The nature takes me as a wonderful friend
It knows well the qualities as a mountain
I withstood all pressures that humans make
The dangerous attempts to destroy the nature
I silently suffered all humiliations
Just like ant bites suffered by roaring elephant
Here, I stands as a strong wall protect all.
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