Tsunami

a poem by Mukeshkumar Mafatlal Raval, India - poetry writer, author, poet

O' Brutal waves
mighty though heartless,
colossus but blind,
as the intoxicated elephants
devastate the flower laden plants
fruits laden trees and beautiful gardens
you tear us apart wrathfully.
You know the art of destruction,
not the pleasure of creation.
you hold the fire of envy
like a barren lady
you can not tolerate the children of joy,
you hate their mirth,playfulness and laughter.
From the ages you are same
like Cornish Ogre the selfish giant
anti-growth, anti-evolution and anti-love
You love to be in the same state
wanton, careless and selfish.
be so
we will redefine our relations
and perhaps affinity.

Top Viewed Japanese Tsunami of 2011 Poems & Top Viewed Nature Poems

Other poems from Mukeshkumar Mafatlal Raval, India

If you like this poem, post a message below to the poet!
 
 
 


1

Viewed 3081 times

VoicesNet Likes