Poems by Til Kumari Sharma from Nepal

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Ms. Til Kumari Sharma as Multi Award Winner in writing  from international sector is  from  Bhorle- Hile, Paiyun 7, Parbat, West Nepal. Her parents are  Mr. Hari Prasad Bashyal and Mrs Liladevi Bhusal / Bashyal. She  has published many  thousands of poems,  some essays, and  stories and other  literary writings in  Int. Magazines, groups and  anthologies from  Russia, America,  England, Hungary,  Scotland, Indonesia,  Bangladesh, South Africa, Kenya,  Nigeria, North Africa, Trinidad and Tobago , Hong Kong,  Spain,  India, Nepal and many  other countries. She is feathered -poet   and best -selling  co-author too. She is world renowned poet now.

Fire as Destroyer:

The fire as essence of life often destroys life.

It  harms beauty of nature.

It kills our life living.

The trees as oxygen giver are fired a lot.

Our  land becomes then desert.

Oho! people  bring medicine to control fire.

Bring the  natural peace by pouring sea water.

Fire as essence of life.

Becomes the enemy somewhere by destroying nature.

Fire as enemy and friend both.

Please control its space.

Fire is criminal now.

Control the Seed of Fire:

The fire is poison when killing our environment.

It is enemy when near us to finish wood.

It may dry human settlements.

When control is lost.

Control the fire in earth.

It may destroy whole universe.

The horizon will be polluted.

The universe will be destructive.

Wood is our air to breath.

When fire goes to finish them

We will be lost soon.

Make friend to fire.

By controlling and limiting itself.

Damaged Nature:

Pollution in horizon by firing

Destroyed many forests by it

Killer of  the jungle there

The death of many animals and insects

Affected badly to nature

Killing fresh environment in nature

Then risk of fire

To bring disaster and demise.

Fire as enemy within itself

The destruction of nature and beauty of forest within it.

Fire as killer and criminal in nature.

How to make survival in nature?

© Til Kumari Sharma

Parbat, Paiyun 7- Hile Nepal – July 22-2023