hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 18,264 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

Holy movement


Nature did it because of her holy movement
God also did it because of holy commitment
This was all for happiness for the mankind
Only we failed in our intent and went blind

Can any individual plead ignorance?
Can our acts be easily forgotten at once?
What have we done to preserve nature and self?
We have polluted everything including she shelf

We are getting perturbed over little pain
Some losses make us pale and grim
We feel it as it is caused directly
But we care less for what is caused by us indirectly

We run merely for selfish motives
We are so careful and selective
We hell bent upon desire and remain active
At any cost we want it to be done even if others are reactive

The world has become limited
We have exhausted all means and remitted
We have harmed the areas not permitted
Unforeseen crime is intentionally committed

Someone runs for its rectification
Someone strengthens it as fortification
We all run in opposite direction
Where there is no guarantee for our stupid action

Cry in corner when time has gone
By the time enough of damage might have been done
We may tale little note of nature’s displeasure
As we will silently watch the blockade of future

Submitted: Monday, April 18, 2011

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