Sadness And Nature

Bank across a broke, I was standing.
The evening enlarged its fence.
Solitude entangled in declension and ascension.
My heed was quavering when I saw,
Before the rain came, the sky was very gloomy,
A feeling of gloom came over the birds,
Since the cuckoo was singing a woeful song.
The trees were stand still and the grass shed tears.
The fish were began to cry one's eyes out.
The stubborn peacock spread his very long tail feathers,
Out like a fan.
The hunter stripped the skin from the rabbit.
Seeing the silence of water-falls, I was frightened.
The Nature was trying to make me smile.
I was trying to make it weep.

by Muhammad Ishaq Abbasi

Comments (4)

oh God i see its very glamorous and fascinating poem
Fantastic
Yes nature and everything can give u a deep meaning we we ever know deeply about them... Because we are having our mind, mind can tell differently than what it is... In any aspects we want to look n believe
A feeling of gloom came over the birds, Since the cuckoo was singing a woeful song. The trees were stand still and the grass shed tears. The fish were began to cry one's eyes out. The stubborn peacock spread his very long tail feathers, beautiful.... you are a nature poet.... thinking and connecting the nature and sadness..... lovely poem. tony