Monday, March 14, 2011

Nature!

© Written by Tarang Sinha






That was her dad’s birthday,
Due to some business reasons…
…he was away.
He got a contract of construction,
For which he needed deforestation.
Mini heard and felt pity,
As trees was the glory of the city.
Trees are vital for environment,
It makes the atmosphere pleasant.
Her teacher taught this in science lesson,
Now it was time to take action.
Mini decided to decorate her home,
But this time in a different form.
She brought some small pots of flowers,
Arrayed it all over and it took her hours.
Finally, she hung the last one at the door,
Ah! It was looking nice, she adored.
She tucked a note in it which read:
“Happy birthday and welcome home dad.
Please don’t cut the trees as…
…they’re beauty of nature.
It will make the environment clean and…
…freshen up our future.”








































Written for: Monday's Child
                         Magpie Tales
Shared @       Sunday Scribblings

25 comments:

  1. Lovely tale, you capture a child's enthusism and hope very well.

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  2. Thank you so much 120 Socks.

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  3. Such a sweet take on a child's point of view. Nice.

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  4. A sweet take from a child's point of view. Sometimes it is that uncomplicated.

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  5. perfect childs enthusiasm-
    I remember! Nicely done.

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  6. lovely...precious sentiments captured here.

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  7. Thank you so much Kim, Kathe, Honeyhaiku and Jingle!:)

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  8. Oh to have the clear sight of a child once more. Nice piece.

    Poetry24…where news is the Muse

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  9. Alas, I should have done that for the guy who deforested the lot next door. She's a brave one!

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  10. What a lovely and inspirational child..wonderful!!

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  11. smart combination of magpie and Monday's child..
    keep it up.

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  12. Thank you so much Jingle & T:)

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  13. Postive poem to help a world in need...lovely...bkm

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  14. So sweetly written, Tarang.. and such a lovely message too!
    Innocent words from a child can sometimes be the most sensible ones too... really nice!

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  15. Thank you so much bkm & Kavita for your encouraging comments. I'm glad you liked it!:)

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  16. We can learn so much from children...this is beautiful! :-)

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  17. Lovely poem/tale about a little girl and her father's birthday. I like that you have written this from the point of view of the child.
    Best wishes,
    Anna
    Anna's Monday's Child # 37

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  18. so cute, thanks for linking.

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  19. I enjoyed this poem told from a little girl's perspective.

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