Natural Dissaster - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal
Not only sparrows but living beings
Make exit in dreadful evening
We have made it impossible to live
The nature is crying to survive
We learn nothing from past
The survival bid is at last
Nothing may help to find solution
The human extinction is real resolution
The forests are over and so the animals
The rivers are in spate with deadly arrivals
Of melting snow and glaciers
We are helpless viewers
Where can we find snakes?
Where can we find lakes?
River waters have turned color
Toxic waste has made it with honor
Few industries create health hazards
What shall we look for future from now onward?
Is it safe to breath pure even?
No, now we have been desperately driven
We are facing starvation deaths
We are facing natural wrath
We are dying with un natural fury
What kind of this is misery?
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