sarthak mishra


nature-a dream


a dream came in my mind
shivering me from left to right
a city, full of dust and pollution
with no trees, river, flowers and emotions

everyone is dying in suffocation
as peoples have killed the mother nature
suddenly a beam of sound hollowed my mind
and i get a push with the speed of light

as i wake up found myself in a valley
arround me was grass, trees and glittery nancy
i traveled -traveled with the rivers flow
and saw small animal with no fear but peasent roar

the place was like heaven
aboout which nobody knows
but gives me a teaching to remember
our existence is due to nature
cutting trees and exhausting river
will effect our health in future

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: nature


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