abhi mangla


Nature


Our world is very small, just like a miniature
And this world was decorated by Lord with nature!
He gave us this beauty, this great environment
He gave us this lively world, full of amusement!
Great mountains, blue rivers and mighty seas
And how can we forget the huge green trees.
A sandy coast by the sea, a great landscape
Is the best way to find a sadness escape!
God presented his greatest gift to us
With utmost faith and lots if trust.
Thinking that we would protect it from danger
God gave us this life saving, beautiful nature!
But this question again pops out
Are we worth this gift, I doubt.
Cause we are destroying it for own benefit
So please, from this human torture, save it!

Submitted: Monday, September 22, 2014

Topic(s): Nature


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