Once I was green, Once I was blue
But now my humans, what happened to you?
Why don’t you hear my voice?
While I scream among noise,
You are changed, you have made me dark.
Full of bricks, plastics, wooden and iron parts,
My beauty is turning to widespread trash,
Just for your little amount of cash
I have cared you from years to years,
Fed you food and gave clothes to wear,
Gave you plants and beautiful trees,
And to soil on gave you wide seas,
But even then my children you destroy everything
You think of yourself as my empire’s king
While piercing knives in my chest,
You don’t understand that you are ruining your own nest
And when you understand the worth of mine,
Nothing will be left even your “Mother Earth’ divine
Tushar, Bright Scholar Sr. Sec. School