Treasure Island

V P Mahur

(Apr 16,1964 / Siyana (UP) , Bulandshahr, India)

Man vs Nature


The survival of man
Entirely depends on Nature
For, first came Nature
Then came man
Nature can give
So many things to man
But man cannot give
Anything to Her
Nature can protect him
But he cannot protect Nature
For he is greedy
To grasp more and more
From Her
For his selfish ends
Nature is mother
A child can never be greater
Than his mother
But the child
Who cannot respect his mother
Is the most ingratitude creature
Such a mother
Weeps silent tears
But never curse her child
She feels that it was
The fault of her upbringing
That her child is
Out of human feeling
Such is the sacrifice of Nature
That is our mother
But God knows
When we start thinking of Her

Submitted: Sunday, March 30, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 01, 2014

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Composed on March 30,2014.

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