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The Fate

Updated on September 7, 2014

Unwilling to Stop Water Pollution.

Once upon a time,

there lived a king,

the people of his kingdom,

lived happily too.

A river with roaring streams,

passes through the kingdom,

very pleasant site of fruits laden trees,

along the both sides of the river,

made a beautiful creation of the nature.

All the citizen of this kingdom,

blessed by this river,

it fulfilled the necessities of their livelihood,

enabled the fields very fertile to grow the grains.

But the people were of human tendency,

Didn't care the cleanliness of the river,

made it so dirty and threw rubbish into it.

Gradually, the river,

started to cross it's banks,

coming out in the plains in few years,

When in a rainy season,

it rained heavily,

the river swallowed up several villages.

Citizen of the kingdom were ruined,

the king became sad and decided,

to visit the riverside along with the people.

He, at the flood site,

saw the damaging nature,

of the river which was a source of happiness,

and suddenly the kind decided something,

In the royal boat, he reached in the middle,

and began to throw the gold coins in the river.

The victims of the flood jumped,

to collect more and more coins from the river,

in such a way all the rubbish came out of the river,

and the river returned back,

in the limit of it's previous banks,

the flood was vanished,

river was happy,

and naturally, the people of that kingdom,

remained happily forever.

But now-a-days,

we all know this fact,

and aware of the water pollution,

but still engaged to cause more and more flood,

Why........... why we do this ?

There was the king,

who applied his mind,

but here are we,

who don't apply our mind,

what will be the fate of ours ?

Will we live ever without such pollution ?


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    Reynold Jay 6 years ago from Saginaw, Michigan

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