Colors of Life like colors of rainbow

Eye on every activities that catches my mind and touches my heart



On April 25, 2015 deadly earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 devastated Kathmandu and other parts of Nepal. More than 8,800 people died and injured 23,000.  Hundreds of thousands of people  homeless with entire villages flattened, across many districts of the country.

I would like to dedicate this poem to those who died, injured and survive the earthquake.

April 25th 2015

The day everything changed

Loved one died

Buildings collapsed , temples crumbled

Only the rubble remained


Within a minute

Beautiful  Kathmandu valley

Turned into rubble

Creating much trouble


Tears , havoc,  chaos and screams

Earthquake shattered  Nepalese dream

Lives  altered , left in devastation

Natural disaster affecting a nation



Make love with husband

Breast feed  child

Hug parents

Everyone  smiled


Play with friends

Fight with brothers

Laugh with sisters

For the last time

What a fate of mine


Within a second

All are buried

I search in a hurried

But bricks are

What I find

After hours dead body lined


Earthquake you took away

What you want

Shelters turned to grave

Earthquake insane or brave


Give us chance to be normal

Don’t be heinous criminal

Earthquake calm down

Everything  dumped down

Life turned bizarre

With deepest  scar


April 25th 2015

People loose,  earthquake won

Despite all this

Life goes on and on

Stand up , crave path , walk miles

so that

Future generations

shine and smile


4 thoughts on “Earthquake

  1. Devastating human tragedy,our prayers and thoughts with the victims and the whole Nipal always.


  2. Oh that was a very sad event and known worldwide. Your poem is a lovely dedication and reminder to pay attention to what and who you have in your life.


  3. Thank you so much Donna…


  4. Thank you very much Michael Jalal.


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