Treasure Island

Chandiran Muniappan


Nurture Your Nature


Skylark, rainbow, breeze
All in one stride
To pacify you but in vain
You go aloof to find serenity
Where the hell is your inn.

Mother, father, neighbors
All in one cabin
To rectify sentiments but in loss
You go apart to seek solace
Where the Satan is your boss.

Inner, outer, center
All in one plane
To modify the core but in drop
You ruse wisdom to call on victory
Where marsh is your prop

All these tokens focus one
Everything is right in essence
To nurture your nature well
Alas! you fool yourself in fantasy
And lose to disfigure in pell-mell.

Submitted: Monday, March 11, 2013

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On seeing the restlessness of humankind

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  • Dhilip Raju (3/12/2013 9:26:00 PM)

    Excellent thoughts of practicability blended with taste of nature, keep writing on nature sir (Report) Reply

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