Vanished Beauty - Poem by lino john
Today, I think about your beauty
Green saris, which light the eyes
Lovely flowing silvery hair, tasty
Fruits and wealthy flowerbeds
Oh nature do you fly to somewhere?
I can’t find you in city anywhere
Are buses ply on your innocent heart?
Or the men sell you on the mart
No one sweeps the smoggy day
Every one leap to golden bay
Killing the beauty in acts
And saving in huge words
All buildings ate the meadow
And human mind fenced of thorns
Freedom not for nature’s king
Even no warranty of tomorrow’s life
An eve of environmental day
Nature king took an oath
If we fail to sustain life
Next second man is helpless.
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