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Posts tagged ‘Natural Calamities’

Nature Friend or Foe?


“THE JAPAN I FEEL THESE DAYS – 3”


A realistic dream

Houses awash at high tides

Wecome, salty death!

Merciless crashes

Death toll of thousands at once

Nature friend or foe?

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Whimpers in Silence

“THE JAPAN I FEEL THESE DAYS – 2”

Devastating rocks

Constructions shatter to dust

Steps back to old age?

In tsunami’s hugs

Civilizations crushed up

Whimpers in silence

The Unforgettable Friday!

 “The Japan I Feel These Days – 1”

In simple words, it was a March Friday, a Spring Friday, a Good Friday. It was at 2:46 pm, on a Good Spring Friday people were supposed to be busy doing their jobs in full swing so as to have a Good Friday Celebration, moreover in spring- the king of seasons, the harbinger of rebirth, renewal and regrowth. Such a jovial environment- each and every fellow could have enjoyed in Japan, couldn’t they? But, to human surprise and shock, no-one had ever imagined how heartless the mother nature could turn and shatter and sweep away the sweet smiles on the lips, the great hopes in the hearts and the beautiful plans in the minds in a jiffy instead of showering motherly LOVE as a Special Spring Gift. Hence, the Friday next to doom’s day to the localities in Japan was UNFORGETTABLE. It was a HORRIBLE GOOD SPRING FRIDAY to the Japanese!

The Horrible Good Spring Friday

Spring rejuvenates

Lives tuneful in great delight

Good Friday echoes!

A horrible shift

Nature’s wrath over spring blooms!

Quakes with tsunami!!

The Japan I Feel These Days!

Japan, the developed country of the RISING SUN, once devastatingly rocked during the WORLD WAR II by nuclear explosions, is now once again on the brink of  the horrible sufferings posed by radioactive leakage following the earthquake and the tsunami last month. What a callous ordeal set by nature!

So many hopes may have been shattered. So many parents may have lost their pieces of heart. So many children may have been deprived of parental love. So many people may have been homeless in their own hometown. Ah! How painful it is, isn’t it? 

Despite such blows of natural calamities, Japanese seem and sound not to have lost heart, but to have been bolder and more composed than ever before which I have felt on reading a piece of news about a Japanese woman holding her dead child in her arms and consoling others and encouraging them not to give up hopes for better safety. Wow! How calm and composed she was, wasn’t she?

Let’s pray to the Almighty for the eternal peace of the departed souls, and Pleasure, Peace and Prosperity of all the Japanese in the days to come!

In the same regard, as my personal tributes, I have already come up  with some poetic creations in a sequence that I will soon publish part-wise under the main title:

“The Japan I Feel These Days!”