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Crazed bodies, spewing filth, putrid, toxic, rancorous and deadly…
Spouting, of ash and smoke, an obnoxiously poisonous medley…
Creating expedients for breeding Gaia rendered impure and barren
Green expanses forged into concrete tomb laden endless warren
A vicious cycle, a downward spiral, a terrible endless maelstrom
All the way to the abyss, to drown, and to mar and deform
Lines drawn, promises in scrolls, stacked, unfulfilled and broken asunder
Burnt at stake, a shackled Gaia, in fake factories, the mercenary’s plunder
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Editor’s Note: On behalf of iDiya.team, I sincerely thank Sarita Lakshmi for this strong

and thought provoking poem about pollution caused by the factories around the living life
that is degrading the environment. Feel free to follow Sarita on her iDiya profile
http://net3.idiya.co/sarita

One of the greatest gifts of this editor role for me is getting to know many of the incredible
and beautiful people with whom I share a space on this fantastic iDiya platform. Every day
I am inspired, touched and heartened by the stories and articles that are shared. I will be
waiting to read more of such beautiful articles that really help us in creating a wonderful
happy world!

– Swapna Peri, iDiya.net Editor – LifeStyle, Art & Culture

Feel free to follow my ideas and writings, short stories at my iDiya profile – net3.idiya.co/swapna. If you are a creative person who cares for a better world, I invite you to join iDiya Network of Thought Leaders. Being an iDiya member, you can publish your inspiring, useful and beautiful, experiences, articles and stories. You may contact me on swapna (at) yessmedia (dot) com.

 

 

 

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This world is a stage. My body is the part of our earth that I inherited for this lifetime; my parents, brains, education - I feel, are gifts given to boost the inheritance. I had the fortune of learning scriptures in Tirupati temple, engineering and technology at IIT Delhi and management from FMS, Delhi. IT industry of India taught me the lessons of life. Humanity taught me to be human. Universe taught me oneness. I believe, I do, I breathe, I live, by a simple saying - "you only have what you give away". I am presently working as Vice President, Technology at Ernst & Young. Also I am an editor of iDiya.net positive News Portal.

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