bhupender swarnakar

Rookie (2-10-1995 / earth)

nature


With the seas, that transact breeze
And with the birds that fly,
It is the nature, with thousands of creature
That is covered with domes of sky.

With the oceans, that affects the motions
Of the planetary winds that flow
It is the nature with Marina trench
The point of world which is too low

With the mountains, with ample of fountains
Containing lava that spreads when leak
It is the nature with mountain Everest
That is well know as world’s highest peak

With the flowers and huge big towers
And the very sweet natural song
It is the nature with flower raflessia
That is very popular for being 1 meter long

So my siblings lets do good things
And come together and shake our hands
To stop all the fellow human beings
And protect this natural gifted lands

Submitted: Wednesday, April 21, 2010

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