Akshay Malamkar


The Lonely Tree


when i was young
famous for every one,
with a lots of pleasure
all work is done, ,

children climb on me
bird sung in happy tone,
what a luck i had get
when i was in that happy zone, ,

now...

the environment is changing
favored by the pollution
it killed me and my partners
turns us in a stacheu of that lone, ,

the stair of my base
now waiting for someone,
i become a dried lonely tree
try for forgetting past sum....

Submitted: Monday, March 24, 2014
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: lonely


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

its about the tree and its condition which is due to the pollution..
as it also tell the life truth of human..
as told the bad nature of human also, whenever there is profit then they are with that persons side and if that person is in loss then all other friends also leaves him..
' its worlds truth in somewhat matter..'

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