Traffic Jams

Poem by: joy Milton

Summary

Human beings might have been unsuccessful in exercising control over their own population control but they have efficiently controlled theothers.

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Submitted: September 22, 2008

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Submitted: September 22, 2008

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I slowly immersed my feet

In the pond, a sense of amputated limbs

The water was moved by the wind

Like the hair of a lady standing on roof

Then I watched the plants in the pond

They were green, without fruit and flowers

Suddenly on of them started shivering

I pulled out my leg taking it to be viper

A little fish peeped and swam away
Soon it was followed by some others

To swim they were twisting their tails

Those little fishes were chasing one other

The brown after the green, green after silvery

No sounds, no collisions, no injuries

Humans were able to control their traffic jam.

 
 


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Traffic Jams

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Genre: Poetry

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Human beings might have been unsuccessful in exercising control over their own population control but they have efficiently controlled theothers.
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