A Poem– Sentient Life

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By: Sahana

Sentient Life

Wolves who hunt hungry for prey,
The rustle of leaves from the mother tree,
Monkeys who steal for a living and passion,
And Chameleons who ask to leave them be,


Dolphins who click and whistle,
The tiger of the jungle with an iron fist,
Faint neighing of the horses chant,
Jaguars who disappear into the mist,


Ants big with number like none other,
The dodo with a mind boggling brain,
Alligator and crocodile green and blue,
And the King lion who rules over the plain,


Humpy the Humpback whale to scale,
Shark the Shark with a dangerous bite,
The little gerbil who isn’t a hamster,
Komodo dragon with all of his might,


Coatimundi in Costa Rica,
Scarlet Macaw who lives there too,
Kookaburra in Australia’s outback,
Kangaroo Jumping to Uluru ,


Cheetah who runs 73 miles per hour,
Hedgehogs who determine more winter or spring,
Sneaky sly fox proud and pretty,
The bald eagle with the white and the wing,


From birds chirping towards the sky,
Loud barking from the dogs to car,
The quiet sneaking of the neighborhood cat,
Sentiants around us and sentients from afar.

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