The sea was very quite,

Everything was shining white,

The soft blowing breeze,

Woke people from laze.

                                                Suddenly it grew furious,

                                                Like a terrorist notorious,

                                                A wave came near,

                                                Blaring death trumpet call,

                                                People shivered in fear,

                                                Before it every thing was small.

They ran here and there,                           

They’re wrapped in stormy sphere,

It was a killer wave!

They knew none can save.

For them it was a hag,

Which came with a death tag,

They struggled a lot,

Some died on the spot,

Some swam to the land ,

And yell for helping hand.


                                                Carcasses found everywhere,

                                                None was there to care,

                                                Bodies were found nude,

                                                The wave was so rude ,

                                                It didn’t spare a baby child,

                                                It behaved as a wild.

Some lost their beloved one,

Some lost their children,

Some lost their kith and kins,

Some became orphan.

                                                For them it was an ordeal,

                                                Striving for single meal

                                                They still groan in pain,

                                                Let’s try to stop their wail.

Hoping no more such plight,

No more destruction,

And no more peril,

Just hope the world be a happy sight.