End of Humanity

June 14, 2020

End of Humanity

Ohh! How badly hurt she was!
Both emotionally and physically.
She was cheated, she was deceived..
Those hooligans fed her pineapple stuffed with death! Clueless she was!

So naive, so innocent to trust humans!
The unborn life in her asked her in heaven, What was my fault?
Having a lump in throat, struggling for words, Finally she spoke..
It was my fault I wasn't wild being wild!

Just the way they weren't humans being human..
End of her life..end of humanity.




By Shwetha Bharath
Shwetha Bharath is an Asst. Professor in English at Dr NSAM First Grade College, Nitte
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Comment on this article

  • Gration Dsouza, Kulshekar/Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 17 2020

    Its heartbreaking, humans are found cruel many time for innocent animals...

  • Alwyn Johnson Quadros, Shirva/Dubai

    Wed, Jun 17 2020

    Thank you madam. Very beautifully written.

  • James, Bendur

    Tue, Jun 16 2020

    The drawing itself is heart breaking. Great work.

  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Tue, Jun 16 2020

    I loved it thanks madam...

  • John B. Monteiro, Bondel Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 15 2020

    More than the rhyming, the targeted message is conveyed with sensitivity.

  • Aneesh, Nitte

    Mon, Jun 15 2020

    There are 14.6 million abortions conducted annually India. Humanity has been lost when the brutal procedure of abortions was legalized for healthy babies.

  • Anusha R, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 15 2020

    Very nice poem on the scenario. Beautifully written 😊

  • Ajai, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 15 2020

    Amazing poem.Yes,some are far less than humans.So rude,so mean far away from kinder lane.

  • John, Mangalore

    Sun, Jun 14 2020

    Sad but also many unwanted human babies terminated in the womb are being taken care by Divine nursery above!

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