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Sunday, July 26, 2009

Snake in my garden


Blood bath: nearing its end...

The last gasp...


ShhHHHsshHHHH!!!! quiet....That's my closest encounter with a half-alive snake.


The snake was accidently sliced through in between by a grass cutter. Bleeding to death, it was gasping for air vehemently.


Trying to move around in pain, finally it was separated from the rest of its body. Poor snake, may its soul rest in peace.











the snake
slithers around
sneaky
not a sound

creeps upon
his prey
attacks then
runs away

he might be
pretty look at
outside hes a snake
inside hes a rat

beware of him
he bites
and does it within
his rights

the snake
will smother
even kill
his own mother

snakes are
full of greed
upon your soul
he will feed

the snake is
a self-adoring creature
humility
is not a feature

snakes are
everywhere
so
beware

4 comments:

Blaze said...

dude...wats with the poetry in each post???

zuluzymph said...

just 2 gve it more artistic touch!!..dun hv mch 2 write, using dem as fillerz..:)

ritz said...

well not one of the most pleasant views but great work done with the camera.

Top Wallpaper Gallery said...

good stuff and i really enjoyed, hope you will do again thanks.....
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