Siddhant Sharma

Flowers - Poem by Siddhant Sharma

On the way to canteen, I saw
A bunch of gardeners very keen
At plucking flowers. I observed
Them closely.
They were plucking
Flowers very tenderly.
The gardeners were happy.
They were giving maximum
Affection to the flowers.
But it seemed to be no good deed to me.

For there were some flowers
On the ground. The nature
Had gifted the gardeners
Those flowers. But it seemed that
They did not care for them.
The nature has been pouring
Flowers on us and we don’t
Care for them.
We are greedy.
We want more.

If we are breaking
The trust of nature today,
It will break our trust one day;
If we are punishing
The nature hard today,
The nature will punish
Us harder one day,
One day.
Remember all the earth men
‘Tit for Tat’

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

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