Sunday, September 30, 2012

Who to blame?

Peeping through the shoulders of my dad

I admired the green paddy fields, waving mad

With playful merry heart and curious eyes

I couldn’t view past those tall green trees


Smart school going kid, with formal attire

Everywhere green God, with little human empire

Cycling all the way to school across coconut abodes

At times I feared to pass by the abandoned roads


I grew tall and handsome, an energetic youngster

Alas! Till now I thought earth a planet greener

Tender green trees transformed into concrete wilderness

Rough polluted wind instead of cool breeze with tenderness


Journeys aren’t pleasant now,nowhere to picnic

Even hillstations have been exploited

Everything has become a dream

Who to be blamed man or God?
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