Akash Ratheesh Babu
While walking along the road side
I may wonder why are, besides
Looking up for the beauty of the nature
Heading towards, destroying the nature.
When we foresee the future of the nature
We see what will be our future
If in destruction of nature we enjoy along
A glance should come, we will be alone.
What we see today is not seen tomorrow,
What we think today is not thought tomorrow,
What we said yesterday is not said today,
What we made yesterday is not there today.
What we saw, thought, said and made
Will only last for sometime
Which we may think will last
But never last, so is our nature.
Let us have our hands joint
And work for the nature
For all the time we can,
So that it may last for ever.
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