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Chhavi Kothari

Tragedy

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Chhavi Kothari

Tragedy

I, Tree

I, Tree

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Now here when I stand,

on the verge of my death,

I see you laughing,

I don't envy your laughter,

but I do fear your tears.


I fought with the droughts,

I had a battle with the floods,

I gave up my beauty for your shelter,

I sacrificed my children for your food.


You have eyes,

but you cannot see my pain.

You have ears,

but you cannot hear my cries.

And I have no eyes but,

I can still visualize your dreadful future.


And I have no ears but,

I can still hear that final bell ringing,

My worry is not my death.

but my concern is your life.


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