Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Story Of An Island. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
I read about an island
Somewhere in middle of the ocean
The beautiful landscape,
The sandy earth with grassy clothes
Like a beautiful girl she lies there
With pretty looks and ocean's love
There she lie, keeping the virginity
Bride grooms not opted to marry
Or she likes to marry in future
She knows the bondage of marriage
The struggles of life, sacrifices
The atrocities, and hardships
She acts with so much love
The pets of nature she makes their own
She looks like beautiful crescent
The vastness of ocean, like a swimming girl
The number of bird species singing in her
The number of plant species, she cares
Still continues the life uninhabited
Except the wild horses living there
Worldly myths are following her
Like doubtful character on a lovely woman
Every landscape is unique in itself
Though the world is same everywhere
So much I like this beautiful planet
Where she cares all as her own.
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