Nature! Poem by Siddartha Montik


Rating: 3.9

the greatest trait of Nature is

it never fails to balance itself,

and at every second!

Monday, September 12, 2011
Topic(s) of this poem: nature
As per hindu philosophy, we call ' five elements' (Fire, air, water, sky and earth') we call them as 'panchabhutas' (pancha means five)

Without them there is no ecistsnce of life. It is said thousands of years ago in Sacred hindu scripts 'VEDAS'.

With our current day life style, technology, greed etc., etc., we are invariably causing harm to these five elements with sheer ignorance in one way or other. But still, God made this Nature so wonderful and pristine that each if these elements cooperate between themselves and try that balance. But in that very process of balance itself causes somewhere some havoc, like floods, volconoes. Thunder storms, tornedos, severe draughts and hence famine or other calamities. Which invariably makes people/life misery at some part of the world.

In this sense YES NATURE is too powerful than us always (ALWAYS) .

That very trait and power I tried to put in those few lines.

Siddartha Montik
Kyle Kapaldo 05 November 2016

Like when it rains after a drought Or love produces a child

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Kyle Kapaldo 05 November 2016

Like when it rains when dry Or love produces a child

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Kyle Kapaldo 05 November 2016

Like when it rains when dry Or when love produces a child

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Gangadharan Nair Pulingat 06 November 2016

Also it seems that nature makes its own correctional methods when it feels the errors that made it discomfort.A good thought in better ways I feel in this poem.

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Tapan M. Saren 08 November 2016

Yes nature never fails to balance itself. Nice thought..

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Bernard F. Asuncion 16 October 2018

Another wonderful poem, Siddartha..10++++++++++

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Ruta Mohapatra 10 June 2018

True! Nature rules supreme. Thanks for sharing!

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Cherie Mort 08 February 2017

How true. It is a delicate balance indeed that we humans must keep with nature and all her possessions. earth, sea, sky, we must respect them all, before they become our imminent downfall.

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Valsa George 22 December 2016

When this balance is upset, Nature plays havoc! So it is the duty of man to preserve Nature's balance!

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Sarah Mkhonza 13 December 2016

This poem expresses an observation that you feel you may have made, but the last line shows us that this poem has a message that is just so powerful we may have thought about nature but not how this happens every second. We think of nature as something eternally there, which is just how humans think. You have brought out a truth hidden in the truth that we see everyday. I am glad I read it.

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