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Somanathan Iyer


Plastic Demon


Calamities caused by nature
Limits its impact for few years
Destruction caused by humans
Leaves its impact for times unknown
Invented by Man, plastic the demon
Waits with certainty to devastate nature
Plastic wastes in millions of tons
Spreading its pangs to swallow the eco
With limited or no recycling methods
Plastic is a bane for all living species
Thrown out in heaps on roads and tracks
plastic waste has taken many a lives of gullible cattle
obstructing valves and passages plastic
causes water logging and flash floods
its high time for scientists to invent a method
for making plastic eco friendly in saving the nature!

Submitted: Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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