The slithering snake causes a fear,
As it hisses and heaves in the rear,
Pushing out its tongue in a ghastly cheer,
The snake moves stealthily over the steer.
Gliding across the sandy trowels,
The serpent sheds its skin in the shovels,
It effortlessly races ahead of all levels,
Gobbling the frog in an unexpected shrivel.
The caught shudders and wrenches,
Unaware of its fate in the trenches,
The other frogs jump over the bunches,
Forcing an escape from the serpent’s clutches.
Serpents, if beaten ,cast a spell,
As the Hindu mythology tries to tell,
It rings an unbelievable bell,
Blind faith ,at times , creates a hell.