Hello hello, Sara here! Thanks for pouring in your entries to my ‘Nature with Sara’ section, in which we find a beautiful way to show our care for nature.
Here is a powerful poem that all of us must read and think over.
11 year old Prabhgeet Kaur from Kolkata makes a compassionate plea to save tigers . I am with her. Won’t you join us too?
Prabhgeet goes to Loreto House School, Kolkata.
It is groaning for help as loud as it can,
Begging for mercy from the strong and cruel man.
The Bengal tiger’s home is the forest, not the zoo,
It is missing the trees and its friends too.
Some tigers are killed for their skin,
Used to decorate bags, dresses and fashion whims.
Around hundred tigers are killed every year,
The world belongs to them too, so is killing them fair?
Fear God, we are killing his children,
Save tigers as they are God’s voice from heaven.
Read a moving story about a tiger who spoke, Call of the wild
by 12 year old Neha from Chennai.
Hey, Sara here again.
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