By Sahana Sundar
Founder - Spark Igniting Minds
As April stepped into my life,
I presumed life of colors and flavors,
I gained feathers to fly, so to seek the truth around me,
I left my nest, my kith and kin,
And what do you think I saw around,
I saw a bunch of brighter blooms,
Call them not flowers for they lack fragrance,
I touched the new born greens,
Oh, don't ask me, they were weeds,
I rolled over and over that appeared as heap of grains,
Oho they were the ones what they called new strains,
Deep in colour, they were swollen and big,
Not a worm would touch it,
As they were bloated with nitrogen and urea,
Why the flowers, greens and grains,
Nowadays even love is adulterated,
And relations are manipulated!
About the Author
Captain Sahana is the founder of Spark Publication and Spark Igniting Minds.
Her remarkable literary skills combined with an illumined vision has made Spark the most cherished and charismatic community among the authors of various genres.
Publishing a book with spark will turn your goals into the vision and your zeal into a mission.