We will pay very dearly
We will pay very dearly
Rain has gone and missed nearly
Many parts remain barren
Cry for water all over sudden
Why all seek and hide from nature?
Are we enough to judge and mature?
Do we still need more time to think?
When al will perish and sink
Will only prayers do the trick?
Do we need God to treat us with stick?
Are we not so tired and sick?
Every where we fell the trees and pick
Commodities are becoming rare and dear
Not within reach and back lash fear
Ordinary man will die of hunger and not bear
No cloths will be left on body to wear
I wish whole world to wake
Not waste time in eating cake
Still it is not late to rise
Before you face extinction and demise
Are we not loosing rich heritage?
Green jungles with lot of advantages?
We are facing disaster and standing on edges
Planning on paper with study and guesses
We may not witness the natural turmoil
Some concrete steps and wrong attempts foil
Preference of natural beauty is our main worry
Nothing to add more and then feel sorry
Future generation may not pardon us
Timely action before we miss the bus
Forcing the leaders to act swift and fast
So the humanity and nature long last
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