Poetry on wildlife

The Little Joys of Jungle

The Little Joys of Jungle Set your spirit free and let your heart wander into the fathomless wild, Like a nomadic butterfly feel every flower and become that innocent child. When you put your feet into the jungle let them follow the forest’s trail, Like a roving sailor come what may, you let your heart… Read More The Little Joys of Jungle

Poetry on wildlife

Poem on Conservation

  Let there be colour, let there be green, let there be smiles that last much longer. Let there be praise for nature, let there be love for the wild. Let trees stand tall, let there be vision. Let there be flight, let there be wind under the wings. Let there be forests for generations… Read More Poem on Conservation

Poetry on wildlife

The Tiger’s Tale

The Tiger’s Tale What’s the price of your crown? Count my stripes What’s the way to your den? Follow my stripes What’s the reason you alive? Blends in my stripes What’s the cause of your fear? My Stripes. Courtesy: Vineeta Yadav | Photo Courtesy: Ashish Tirkey

Poetry on wildlife

Gleaming Sunsets of the Denwa

Gleaming Sunsets of the Denwa Twilight murmured in the ears of the wild, Flickering, she said, ‘I am night’s child.’ Behold my changing shades she said smiling, The wild wondered, how come evenfalls so beguiling? Dusky clouds and the blazing hue, Can there be a more stunning view? The hour of silhouettes and the fading… Read More Gleaming Sunsets of the Denwa