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09 April 2016

Micropoems: Heat Wave

Celebrating poetry by a poem-a-day has been nice so far. But, this year temperature is so high, it's a bit difficult to bear the summer heat. Some micropoems on summer experience this year.

Blistering Sun, 

Growing discomfort, 
Life's becoming difficult day by day, 
This summer heat wave.
~~õ~~

Drought

Gave us some water
Tears in eyes 
For getting some water

~~õ~~


The leaves get burnt

Lives become deaths
Scorching Sun looks so angry
Our source of life
Energy absorber today.

~~õ~~


The heat wave

Taking lives
Why do we need to wait
Every year
To death toll to grow?
Why no protection?
Why no plan?

~~õ~~


We destroyed forests,

We destroyed nature,
We harmed our beautiful planet,
And now our karma damaging our lives
With increasing temperature

~~õ~~


Every life is important

Humans, animals, and birds
Make the summer bearable,
For poor and weaker.
Help each other.

~~õ~~


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