Nature Vs Man Poem by Tajudeen Shah

Nature Vs Man

Rating: 4.3

Rustling over the dense green
And driving off a day's sheen,
Comes here the dark rain
That might flush all the plain.

The Pilot's show of impudence
Causes massive turbulence
On buds cute and chaste,
Pouring flakes of frost.

Knowing not the fated spot,
On wings of brook they float;
Blooms and pollen, leaves and sprout,
Blend in bubbles, swim and gloat.

To Nature, a fall too is celebration,
To Man, even a win is frustration.

Friday, October 10, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: nature
Saheb Mohapatra 16 October 2014

''To frustration.'' These lines are embedded to my eyes........REALLY AWESOME.....pls...... read my other poems................

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Sentamu Aziz 17 October 2014

''The Pilot's show of impudence'' Causes massive turbulence This is nice, ...Thanks for sharing

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Gajanan Mishra 15 November 2016

good write. blend in bubbles.

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Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal 19 October 2014

To Nature, a fall too is celebration, To Man, even a win is frustration... nice lines...10 as human being is never contended the happiness of fortune is never added it needs still more as greed no amount of advise may make him to heed

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Aftab Alam Khursheed 18 October 2014

Poem on nature is always welcomed by me thank you dear...Glory to be Allah

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Shabeeh Haider 17 October 2014

There is beauty to every act of nature where as man fails to preserve that beauty. Very well expressed

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Kumarmani Mahakul 17 October 2014

To nature a fall too is celebration. Very beautiful poem written and shared.

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