Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
They Hides. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
Wolves barks from the woods
In distance the poor hares hears with fear
If noticed their life will be in danger
Chase, bite and kill only they knew
The wilderness and wild have no rules to act
It is the rule of jungle everywhere
Wolves waits for the preys
They unites for hunting, in every jungle
Clever ones, then acts with uneasiness
Following the preys as if their own friend
When time comes they will show their real face
The jungle where it is the might that decides
The cruelty that acts with stubbornness
Alas no one to question their acts in jungle
When men comes with a hunting instinct
They are bound to hide themselves with cleverness
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