Hasmukh Amathalal

Gold Star - 740,660 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

No One Cares - Poem by Hasmukh Amathalal

No one has tried to assess human nature
It is all the more important for our future
What are we going to give to our generation?
This is most likely to be burning question

History repeats important lesson
IT has some logic with the reason
Person can be tried for treason
But alas! What punishment for destruction

Nature was never destroyer
With love and peace messages as conveyor
What else does it seek and long?
Only with plain message that we owe and belong

We are part and parcel and can not escape
It is like crime on women of molestation and rape
We can’t curb the independent voice
It is holy commitment with promise

We can’t assume the role of destructor
This role is left to almighty as instructor
He may take the decision as what is to be done’
We can’t assume it as entity only one

We think of today and not for next day
This is considered as cheap and only way
Many countries may largely depend on natural wealth
But who bothers for the deterioration in health?

We are heading for natural disaster
It is approaching very near
We witness volcanoes emanating fire and smoke
This is warning and first of its stroke

Do not assume search operation
It has direct bearing and relation
More you preserve and are friendly
Less may be problems to feel it sadly

Let this be not governed by emotional flare ups
It is not like storm in tea cups
It is real warning of large consequences
We may have no option but to see from the fence

Deserts witness snowfall and peaks remain barren
This was not for a second but it is largely seen
There is complete change in environmental pattern
This is matter that adds to worry with concern


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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 30, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 31, 2011


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