Hasan Al Mahmud
Tigress - Poem by Hasan Al Mahmud
To Speak the truth, I’ve taken her
to take the test of Peace,
This is also true; now I’m permitted
for chewing by a Tigress.
I intended to have been decorated mine
with her beauty; so gave here emphasis.
But she made me mad and made
this antithesis so I’m in a distress.
Our relation is about to damage.
Our Life is almost closed to Synopsis.
We are trying to take the acting_
Like, I’m bodyguard, and she is Actress.
Thou may ask! Just thou've taken!
So what has made this crisis?
Becauses of loving a lot_
She looks at me, as a focus of million eyes.
A lighted forest is being searched by me!
That is roar-free of horrible Tigress.
I've to be saved very immediately,
before being digested by my MISTRESS.
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