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Jungle Deep
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  (Dedicated to the jungle of Pench)

Ambling down, a moonlit town
at zero in the night
people asleep, in slumber so deep
ignoring all those beautiful sights
In jungle deep a placid lake
scatters the silver of a rising moon
crickets in reeds are singing merrily
in somniferous tunes
Hiding itself in brown and grey
a carnivore lurks to catch its prey
intermittent calls of the jungle pals
alarming others-Beware! don't fall
life stands still, the air gets filled
with an engrossing thrill
and a lonesome man, ambles down
the Jungle deep.

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May 04, 2003
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