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UTTARAKHAND (Acrostic)


Uttarakhand, The Land of the Gods,
That got struck by the natural disaster,
Teared apart the joyous trip of innocents,
And devastated the families of many!
Rains continued pouring and instead of being a boon,
Acted as a goon,
Killing many innocent lives and
Hampering the religious sentiments of devotees!
Army Men however proved to be the Real Heroes
Nurturing the needs and safety of helpless victims
Dutifully serving and rescuing stranded people at the need of the hour!

Submitted: Tuesday, July 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 09, 2013

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It is really saddenning to hear about the news on Uttarakhand floods which has left many peoples families at stake! Kudos to the Army men who deserves a salute. Well done.

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