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Gangadharan nair Pulingat..

Road accidents.

Reports of road accidents
News of road accident deaths
Daily coming in medias and news papers
In its importance we have to understand.

Causes are many, remedial measures plenty
But unfortunate,
The cases are daily increasing
In worldwide and in the nearby of ours.

Accidental deaths daily reports
When it pertains to the near and dear ones
The sadness never fade away from mind
Accidental deaths in the prime youthful period
A great loss to the country and home.

Potholes of the road, dangerous curves
Steep gradient and rough road surface
May be causes are many but remedies to be done
To reduce the accidents and consequent death.

Reluctance of pedestrians and people
To save the valuable life in accident scenes
A bounden duty it is to be taken
But unfortunately people forget to act
In such time of urgency and avoids the scene.
Accidents where our kindness must do the needful
To save a human life at the earliest.

Submitted: Thursday, September 04, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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Road accidents and citizen's duty for rescue operations.

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