A news says that worm rain has fallen on Beijing in China to my great surprise;
After writing a poem of various kinds of rain in the world, it is a new edition;
Worms come where the contamination of water is high and that might have happened;
But that govt. has not said anything about that happening there the news concludes!
Where the place is dirty, there insects and bacteria thrive to spread diseases;
Already the world is suffering due to Covid 19 since three years on in the world;
Waring mask, maintaining social distance and washing hands are advised to all;
Again that kind of situation has returned in the world making people be alert!
All these things are happening due to lack of maintenance of cleanliness only;
We can develop technologically and economically but we fail due to dirty environment;
Top quality in progress is the best way to be called as really developed in world;
Lacking quality and cleanliness, no progress can be praise worthy anywhere!
Rain water is supposed to be pure drinking water in the past, all know well;
But rain is the yardstick to say about the quality of progress we have achieved!
This great poet, whose profound poetry makes this site more and more attractive, is now ranked high among the BEST MEMBER POETS. A great honour, a deserving recognition.
China, and all other countries where lacking quality and cleanliness are in question, need to be held accountable. Severe sanctions must me put in place to avoid yet another possible pandemic. A very informative and enjoyable read. Thank You, Esteemed Poet Ramesh!
You could be wrong Richard. If it is not the lack of cleanliness and sophisticated facilities that created the virus? If the deadly Pandemic Virus was deliberately produced in their labs and let loose on us, to make economic gains on us?
Rain water is supposed to be pure drinking water in the past, all know well; But rain is the yardstick to say about the quality of progress we have achieved!
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.I would like to translate this poem
2) … A deserving recognition, as this poem witnesses