Thursday, 24 May 2012

The chariot rider


         The poet asks, “o mother, men take what you give,
         They live by you. Yet they plunder your wealth!”
         The mother says, “let them do as they might.
          They aren’t my only children. The rest are stronger
           and mightier. If they got angry, men will drop dead”   

                                  Whatever our eternal mother, Nature, created she did so for a reason. She gave humankind a bit of more brains but the immense strength lies in her world and not with us. She is the chariot rider and the world will abide by what she says.

4 comments:

  1. Hi, Manisha,

    You are a very soulful young woman. This was quite profound and beautifully written.

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  2. I really like the way you have potrayed Nature.. :)

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