Ramesh T A

(28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A PRISON CAMP: EARTH


Crescent Moon hiding behind the clouds
Is watching what is happening in the beach!
Cyclonic storm has crossed the shore perfect;
But the sand thrown by it is still everywhere!

Nobody seems to clear the pavement of dust;
Rain everyday washes clear the sand residues;
Disorder caused by Nature is cleared by it
Before man takes action to do the job destined!

Sun in the morn and Moon in the night supervise
The activities of earthlings for judgment later on!
Man forgets the prison camp by its comforts
Nature has provided as a caring mother to child!

Earth is just one cell among many cells of Universe
Man is imprisoned for atonement before transfer!

Submitted: Thursday, November 11, 2010
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