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Monuments of nature Monuments of man Together they stand So amazing and grand Which one so proud and tall Which will be first to fall? Dare we imagine at all?
Tall stand those “sky scrapers” ; on the fondation of “lost nature”
No skyscraper can match the beauty and tranquillity of mother nature.
Loving nature will let you reach the highest limits in life filling it with purity and taking away pollution.
My mind has grown along with heights by replacing forest to skyscrapers, but my hearts will still yearning for Nature.
Where there were tall lush trees and the air was clean, All I see now, are giant glass building, suffocating, and mean.
Beauty of nature converted into a forest of concrete…
Amidst verdant nature, feelings soared high Only to crash against the concrete skyscrapers, confining me in solitude.
The wheels of urbanisation churns and wipes the real essence of woods.
Getting close to nature is like getting close to your soul…
Don’t forget the roots of nature to build the lighted skyscrapers.
Destroying the natural habitat, Humans in their skyscrapers sat, Only to face tit for tat, Health hazards every moment grow so fat!
Mrinalini Bagewadikar Agarkhed
Moon is the witness of man’s foolishness, the sky is the witness of man’s intelligence. Nature is the victim of a foolish man’s intelligence.
In the moonlight our roots shows the high rise of life’s humdrum.
Manju Singh Srivastava
Dark clouds, skyscrapers, or dense gigantic trees; nothing can hide the serene and effulgent full moon.
Maulika Sandip Patel
Every bird returns to it nest eventually. We find peace when we return to our natural self.
Let not the chaos of the world overshadow the fire and light that burns within your soul. Walk toward that light of serenity.
Sky-kissing buildings are in vain… If people go insane and leave nature in pain!
We destroyed nature to make skyscrapers! But we find peace among the tall trees!
Shivali Dixit Saxena
When The Horizon Is Restricted By My Own Skyscraping Ambitions.
Sheela P M
In the trees, in the breeze, in the moonlight, we could see bliss which has become a hard concrete dream.
After that darkest hour of the night, time shall come when skyscrapers shall doom, and nature will again bloom.
Standing in the middle of skyscrapers, I yearn for the serenity of mother nature! Stop destroying nature.
“Ambition and Progress vie for the sky leaving Nature far behind”
While gazing upon the constant evolving skyline I find solace.
Brenda Stone Schilly
The trees are my skyscrapers.
Nature breathing amidst human interventions.