Thursday, March 17, 2011

Painful..

Its a rainy day,
The weather is not so wonderful,
Lets light the fire, so
that it can be delightful.

There is no sign of stopping,
Looks as if the sky is weeping.
Might be as we have hurt mother nature
& its,very painful.

May be she is mourning,
of loss of her planting.
We have dug her heart,
So deep just for mining.

Its a rainy day,
The weather is not so wonderful,
Lets light the fire, so
that it can be delightful.

33 comments:

  1. ohoooo.. kiraaaak.. :D..
    Looking forward to reading more such poems from you... ;)

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    RoHiT
    dial-a-denial.blogspot.com

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  2. Poor Earth. We certainly do abuse her.

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  3. @ Thingy: Yes we do. I'm trying my best not to, but still cannot help sometimes. Thanks for reading though..

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  4. light the fire
    to fulfill your desire,

    fun sentiments, no fears for rain.
    no room for pain...

    welcome to poets rally...

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  5. @ Promising Poets: Thank you.. Nice lines..

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  6. Very nice and beautifully sad.

    ~Queenly

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  7. A nice message spread by the poem..Nicely penned down!

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  8. @ Alcina: Thanks, means a lot..:D

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  9. @ thoughtsnotlost: Thank you..:D

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  10. Interesting, hopefully fire a metaphor for physical fire and not burning bush then mother nature would really never stop weeping. Enjoy the rally!

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  11. @ Lynnaima: u guessed it rite..:-) thnx 4 readin though..

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  12. lovely expression over the sad side of nature/life.

    cheers.

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  13. wow. yes she is hurting, :( we jjust try to love her as best as we humans can...

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  14. "May be she is mourning,
    of loss of her planting.
    We have dug her heart,
    So deep just for mining."

    Extreme depth to these lines...the poem is poignantly beautiful.

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  15. I'd definitely like to hear this put to music.

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  16. @ Jingle: Thank you n its true..
    @ Lunawitch15: We need to try even more.. Btw, Luna witch does tht mean u r a big fan of Har Potter books..? Anywayz, Thnx 4 readin..:-D
    @ 1Meremortal: Thank you 4 readin..:-D
    @ Sparrowsong: If you putt this one 2 music, then its my pleasure..:-D

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  17. @ Argentpoet: Thank you..:-)

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  18. well expressed.. Nature does seem to weep a lot, considering we don't treat her right often..

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  20. @ Jingle (All): Thank you..:D
    @ Dishilicious: Thanks..:D
    @ Keerthi: Thank you..:D

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  21. We have dug her heart,
    So deep just for mining.

    Dig deeper is what applies in such cases. Nice write! (:

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  22. I like the contrast of the first and fourth stanza with the 2nd and 3rd verse.It's like on one hand, we know we should be conserving nature but on the other hand, we are still destroying our environment for our own needs...
    The irony just hit me in the face when I read the last bit..
    Keep up the work! :)

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  23. @ Clariice: Thank you for the comment.. Will do..

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  24. A somber mood you create with this. It is so very well considered, to think of the rain as a possible sign of nature hurting. And some of the things we do to sustain ourselves, even on the very level of planting, do disturb the natural balance in some way.

    Oh, if only simple, respectful planting were the limit of the hurts we inflict upon nature, we would not be so guilty. . .

    Nice work.

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    http://elainedanforth.wordpress.com/2012/08/22/landing-like-a-cat/

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