Treasure Island

Mashiur Rahman

(Naogaon Bangladesh)

Food


The great world in animals kingdom
We, all are food for one of others
We, all are feeder for one of others
We, all are killer by one of others
Usually all animals are food and killed by men
Men are also food and killed by brutal beasts
Insects are food and killed by fishes and birds
Fishes and birds are also food and killed by hunter birds and beasts
Also fishes and birds are killed by their own crucial
Tree and leaf-grass are food of animals
Animals indirectly food of tree after death
We all are food.....

Submitted: Thursday, September 06, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 07, 2012

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