Have You Ever Thought - Poem by Amitava Sur
Boats, ships and launches are merrily floating on it
We do yachting and cruising for our luxury, fun and play.
We extract mineral oils, coral, aqua marine
And sea fishes from it.
Now, by any chance
If that ocean walks down at your door’s end
Praying for a shelter for resting a little.
For sure, you all will start laughing at it.
But nobody feels the ocean’s pain,
That it may be vast and endless in shape
But not even a single inch in it
Is left for the ocean’s own use.
Ocean can never take a little rest
Always being undulating with it’s moving waves
Along with their aggression and deafening roars.
Maybe the ocean is so vast and unending
But having no space for it’s own.
This vast unending ocean is so generous
That it has sacrificed every bit of it
To keep the earth moving on it
And all the creatures to remain alive! !
Amitava (21.8.2015) 7-30pm
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