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by Culverhouse, Doris
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in India’s heat
the spoors of a lone creature. . .
leading to water
in a shallow pool
the solitary beast bathes. . .
sun pours down golden
a lame gaur wanders
near the tall yellow grasses. . .
the crouching tiger
around the carcass
two females join in to feed. . .
racing with shadows
as dusk steaks the orange sky. . .
the Bengal tiger
Written 7/29 for Shadow Hamilton's New Contest Tigers Living Free
Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2013
Abhi bhi vaqt ha badalna h to badal dalo
Varna ye jmane ne huliya badla to pareshani hogi.
Kafila h khi par to dekho use gaur se yaro
Vha bhi tumhari hi kahani hogi.
Koi ata nhi h anjanee raho me yha chalkar
Tumhare liye bhi hr rah yha anjanee hogi.
Mere rishto ki kadar shayad krta h nhi koi
Ap karte rhe aise to mehrbani hogi.
Mujhe lgta h jaha soona h tumhare bin
Tumme bhi khi ye hsrat to jgani hogi.
Log aksar hi yha vaqt ke sath bdal dete h adaye
Tumhe dhokho se mile gam ki imarat to girani hogi.
Hm yad to ate h tumko ye tum jab khte ho
Mujhe lgta h mere sapno me tumhari nigrani hogi.
Kabhi khamosh nhi rhna yha log masoom samjh na le
Tumhe apni ibarat likh ke to dikhani hogi.
Vikas pal ke liye
Copyright © Varish Gautam | Year Posted 2017
Today I spent the day with my Mom, Dad, son and nephew at a Wild animal park;
I am covered in slobber and mud.
At least the animals were clean.
The most interesting animal I saw was a Guar which is a large
I mean the largest breed of bovine in the world!
Three to four thousand pounds of cow.
He stood taller than a minivan.
Guar comes from India and Asia; His large horns are fear invoking.
All I am saying is, don't let the Guar lean on your car!!
Copyright © Doris Culverhouse | Year Posted 2010