ajay srivastava

Rookie (28/08/1964 / new delhi)

Sea Life


Diving deep in the sea
I feel little bit uncomfortable
with my diving suit and oxygen mask.
once I started diving throwing
water away from my hand as well as leg
in a few moment I am totally comfortable in deep sea.

As I pick up speed in search of pearl.
I saw a big fish with open mouth
coming near to me as she is asking me
“how dare your enter my area.”
In few second she take one tiny fish in her mouth and move back
Feel relaxed I thought we human being also doing this.
I again pick up speed, this time I saw group of small
Color full fish float and enjoying in deep water.
As if these small fish want to say
“we live peace fully why don’t you human being live peace fully”
Moving forward I met one octopus
Fear is so high infect I want to go above sea
But octopus didn’t came to me.
Just few yard I saw most wanted pearl
I pick up pearl and take a upward lift.

Life of sea creature is very thrilling
Every thing available for them in precise parameter.
Remain in defined parameter and
Enjoy their life even in Hardship and difficulty.

Submitted: Friday, March 29, 2013

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