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Ekansh Nangia

Children Stories Drama Others


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Ekansh Nangia

Children Stories Drama Others


A Blue Speck of Paint

A Blue Speck of Paint

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I wander down from high above

in space,

and spot a speck of blue

paint.

Brightest it was of all the blues

I had ever seen.

Light Years passed

and closer I went.

Daffodils floated in air like the planets

in a solar system.


The bird chirped a melody out of the clean air,

trees shook with laughter with the North Wind.

Fishes plopped in the clean ocean.

Grasshoppers hummed in the wet night grass,

The king of the jungle roared to his pride.

Stars twinkled in a joyous manner,

Nature had all the missing pieces of

happiness.

Nature had outdone the beauty 

of immortality.


The all mighty had all the jealousy within him

to bestow sadness

but cruel it was to torture his creation.

From his seat swatting flee,

his jealousy reduced and watched the

show in glee.

As a space rock I passed away

only to witness the sadness

humans had to repay.

I wander down from high above

in space,

and spot a speck of black

paint.


Darkest it was of all the blacks

I had ever seen.

Light Years passed

and closer I went.

Daffodils lied down in plastic,

like a very big black hole

in a solar system.


The bird chirped out coughs out of the smoky air,

trees uprooted in pain by the North Wind.

Plastic plopped in the ocean of kerosene.

Grasshoppers hum in pain.

Stars run out of their twinkle.

Earth burns like a hearth,

smoke replenishes the lungs of pollution,

everything is now black.


Humans die, so do the birds and the trees,

so does the grasshopper who hummed in glee.

Shut the eyes of the gods went

in a blink

as this rock destroys Earth and its gift.


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