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The poem gives us a delicate experience of travellin in a Train!...!

Submitted: May 01, 2017

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Submitted: May 01, 2017



 Travelling with a mighty speed, so fast, 

Is a long-sectioned carriage on a hundred wheels,

We are familiar to this symbol of pride, since our medieval past,

and have always considered the train as a vehicle of joy & thrill.


Movin' on land, on it's every existing wonder and form, 

Through the emerald forest, past the fields of golden corn,

Bridging the gaps of of snowy mounts, spanning large plains,

On a very lengthy path with innumerable tracks lain,


Taking along with it hundreds of travelling passengers,

With a responsibility for safety from any possible dangers, 

It goes on tiredlessly miles far and away,

No matter if it's hot or cold, or night or day.

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