nisarga 190610

To build a house,
You clear the land;
You clear out every blade of grass;
Wipe out every insect in the sand.
Cut down any neighbouring tree,
Make sure that a single bird cannot see
Even a tiny green spot to sit.
Have you completely achieved it?
Congrats! No green, no creature, not even a mouse…

NOW that your home’s free of Nature… of every vestige..
Call it "Nisarga"…and add to your prestige!


  1. Shashijeevan M. P. says:

    Ridiculous! Why do you comment on others selection of names.

    Why are you named Deepa? Are you burning all the time and glowing?

    Just focus on the important things.

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