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A Park Amidst Highrise - Poem by Tribhawan Kaul

Mornings and evenings witness
commoners of different shapes
caste, creed, colour & age
jog, walk, yoga or meditate
groups of female folks assert also
with warlike maneuvers
learning the tricks of karate & judo
and the joggers' park
shines in the form of oasis
amidst the concrete desert.

Giving eyes a treat towering residents
wowing the architectural marvels around
but devoid of health concerns
keeping their windows open
simply to crane and watch
the images of dwarfed movers below
pondering upon advice of health gurus
yet thinking it a total waste
being on high pedestal, boasting
‘they arn't missing anything? '

Introspection brings them down
to feel and experience
the smell of freshness
the chirping and tweets
the sound of breeze
the rush of blood
the rustle of leaves
the peace of mind
the romance with nature of different kind
new awakening dawns.

Surrounded by faceless concrete high-rise
the lush green park
rejoices
watching homo-sapiens
respecting its existence
for their own existence.

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Copyright reserved by Tribhawan Kaul


Comments about A Park Amidst Highrise by Tribhawan Kaul

  • Freshman - 937 Points Queeny Gona (10/29/2013 3:52:00 AM)

    This very read drove me to such a lovely park to breath the beauty of nature ...... I did enjoy read ing such a wonderful write sir. As said by you that there are ppl who overlook the essence of physical exercise wd surely practice it one day without fail! (Report) Reply

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  • Gold Star - 27,776 Points Valsa George (10/15/2013 12:57:00 AM)

    Now more are more people are drawn towards physical exercises and jogging while there are still a few who think that such fitness games are just a waste of time! I can visualize that beautiful park amid high rise buildings where people engage in various body building exercises, where the fresh air is resonant with the chirping of birds and the rustle of leaves! An enjoyable read! (Report) Reply

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Poems About Concrete

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  3. 3. On To Something More Concrete , RIC S. BASTASA
  4. 4. Where People Live In The Concrete Jungle , Gert Strydom
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  6. 6. A Child's Grave , Francis Duggan
  7. 7. Freeway: Automobile Dream , Windsor Guadalupe Jr
  8. 8. The Scullery Maid,1910. [ Stirling Castl.. , Sally Evans
  9. 9. Break The Chain , Katherine Perry
  10. 10. The Concrete And The Abstract , Nazmul Haque
  11. 11. The O.J. Simpson Song , Ramona Thompson
  12. 12. Jug , Carl Sandburg
  13. 13. Birds Flying , Is It Poetry
  14. 14. Let Men Make Not A Jungle In A City , Bashyam Narayanan
  15. 15. Alone , Vanessa Kingsley
  16. 16. Pablo , POET HUBITO
  17. 17. Patio Nights , Shelley L Baxter
  18. 18. The Secret Violet Killer , Susy Evelyne
  19. 19. City , Indira Renganathan
  20. 20. 59 Reasons To Stop Mowing Down The Green.. , O Anna Niemus
  21. 21. New Zealand , Marieta Maglas
  22. 22. Team Commonwealth, United We Stand , Emily Liang
  23. 23. Oh! To Be In April! , Thomas Vaughan Jones
  24. 24. Billiards , RoseAnn V. Shawiak
  25. 25. Skeletons , Gert Strydom
  26. 26. What Is The 'Orthodox' Difference , Lawrence S. Pertillar
  27. 27. Sue Ellen , David McLansky
  28. 28. Supply Water , gajanan mishra
  29. 29. The Hand Of Benediction , Muhammad Shanazar
  30. 30. Pickleweed Slough , delilah contrapunctal.... ye ..
  31. 31. Nature Will Reclaim , trina johnson
  32. 32. A Day To Remember , Leslie Neiwert
  33. 33. Incarcerated , Lil Loc
  34. 34. Slept In Clothes , Alc Harris
  35. 35. The Road To Always , Jon McIntosh
  36. 36. Retirement , Amelia Evelyn White
  37. 37. Fitration Bags , rwetewrt erwtwer
  38. 38. Among The Pretty Pebbles , MOHAMMAD SKATI
  39. 39. Civilisation , Miroslava Odalovic
  40. 40. Small Children In Prison , Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
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  42. 42. A Pair Of Sparrows! , Ramesh T A
  43. 43. Lost Angel , Gert Strydom
  44. 44. Alankar(Decor) -109 , Indira Renganathan
  45. 45. Chained By Language , shimon weinroth
  46. 46. Building Spoke To Me , Vera Sidhwa
  47. 47. All Is God's Place! , Ramesh T A
  48. 48. Song Of A Mountain Man , Francis Duggan
  49. 49. Work Weary Man , Francis Duggan
  50. 50. So You Feel Life Is Tough On You , Francis Duggan
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