The Tiger who Roared


Roar growled a tiger in a jungle so green,
For the humans were, oh so, mean
They brought a gun,
And killed for fun,
And shot his family,
One by one,
Roar growled a tiger in a jungle so green,
For the humans were back,
This time with an axe,
To cut away his home of, trees so green,
For the humans were ,oh so, mean,
For the homes they’d killed,
For money to be billed,
Roar growled the tiger in a valley of smoke,
For he had lost all hope,
The birds had been killed,
For the air was polluted,
The fish had been killed,
For the water was corrupted,
The plants had been killed,
For the grass had withered,
And the tiger cried,
As he was held prisoner.

By- Aishiki Nag

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