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Who Is Wrong? June 1, 2008

Posted by Harihar Jha हरिहर झा in Poetry.com, sonnet.
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on clothes of mother nature dirt gathers
silly men torment her with a great pride
time gone when nice gardens used to lather
with lovely fragrance like newly wed bride

grape farms are supervised by greedy dogs
who spoil everything above and beneath
spreading pollution, acid rain and fog
nicely play by squeezing flesh in their teeth

some creatures live near dustbin like pigs
carry blame for spreading foul smell so strong
facts are clouded by arguments very big
no one knows who is right and who is wrong?

on silver scale dead words lie on one side
quite heavier than living kids worldwide
             -Harihar Rai Jha
Copyright ©2008  Harihar Rai Jha

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