Read Poem: Solitude in the City Woods, by Peeush Trikha

Solitude in the City Woods

The Mid July heat,
the heat on the concrete pavements,
Of ACs drawing out heat from all corners of houses,
The CO2 s and NOs of the automobiles making life hellish,
makes one feel thirsty, hot and tired.
Yet tasks are to be done.
Targets to me met.
Disputes to be settled.
While walking in this heat,
comes a lonely and deserted passage of grass and trees,
with some cows resting and crows roaming.
And the blessed shadow of the trees
fill one with a much needed relief
and joy.

Who doesn’t wants such a solitude in the city woods,
which fills our mind and soul with a resolve,
to protect our nature and trees.
For what are we without them,
without them…….

Theme: Philosophical

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