Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 421,198 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

A Typical End - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

Villages after villages are swept away
Rivers are in spate and marauding the country way
Never in past we we have witness such a fury
Everything is in shambles throughout the country

Who is to be blamed for such a holocaust?
On whom to pass the blame or doubts to cast?
Did the nature turn its red eye on us?
Have we offended the balance and missed the bus?

We have no answer for such disaster
We have tried to be their masters
Openly violated the natural boundary
Precaution and other things remain secondary

Everywhere there is complete obstruction
No river water can pass through in any section
Deforestation and deep mining is just a routine
Several deaths observed in many countries from femine

Hell is falling from the open sky
We are unable tor raise the question and ask why?
We have no regrets for our committed folly
We have to share the blame wholly

No one may escape from the onslaught
You will be surprised and simply caught
There is no other way out than to face anger
Life will be saved by just a cliff hanger

We have left no space for animals
They have been forced out on our arrivals
Complete imbalance in ecological system
There is red alert if we still push them

Nobody can save us from complete annihilation
It has got direct bearing and relation
We have completely down graded
All places have been forcefully Invaded

Either survive or perish
Otherwise you are finished
There is no other alternative
These signs are just indicative


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Poem Submitted: Friday, August 27, 2010



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