Ramesh T A
A PITY OF MERWORLD!
In the water world mermaids and mermen live
Romantic life man and woman could not imagine!
Without knowing the value of romance world men
For short time gain destroyed the land by pollution!
After the whole habitat of man has become water world
Merworld feels pity for men and women for their loss!
Mermen and mermaids so search for littered lands available
For remaining humans to survive in romance at least now!
Relinquishing natural life man boasted himself of materialism
And material life deprived him of romantic life to tragedy!
The freedom enjoyed by beasts, birds and fish he lacked long
By destroying all species in exploitation of natural resources!
Instead of following 'live and let live' he followed 'live and let die'
Policy leading him to hell rather than heaven he dreamt long!
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