Nature’s Miracles

Dark clouds spread across the grey skies drops of water are like their tears droplets that spill with burden grows too heavy The rain is a little more than what nature can bear Nature weeps at the injustice meted out to her She must wonder how cruel any being could be especially one that she … Continue reading Nature’s Miracles

Goodbye – a tiny tale

She was happy that they had come to visit her. She had watched them play under her shade as kids. As teens, they had tried to climb her branches to snatch her fruit. She rarely got to see them as they passed into their adulthood. Little did she know that they had arrived to see … Continue reading Goodbye – a tiny tale


Nature is a great teacher But alas! humans never learn I wish we could be like fire Fiery and unyielding The only weapon against darkness Nature is a great teacher But alas! humans never learn I wish we could be like the plants Peaceful and giving Restoring the life force - oxygen! Nature is a … Continue reading Nature

Plastic! – a tiny tale

Matilda had always been obsessed with environmental issues. She did her best to be more environment-friendly. She had always wanted to come with a solution to the never-ending plastic problem. Passionate about saving the environment, she even made a career (and eventually a start-up) out of it.Matilda developed a way of recycling even the stubbornest … Continue reading Plastic! – a tiny tale

10 things that I do to be more eco-friendly

Yesterday was June 5th - the World Environment Day. It is the day when many people plant a sapling to celebrate the importance of the day. But I have often wondered if the same people will remember to water the sapling and ensure that it survives afterwards. Today, I thought of sharing a few little … Continue reading 10 things that I do to be more eco-friendly

tiny tale #48: Holed up

Earthlings used to worship me. Over the years, worship morphed into exploitation and contamination. I used to flow about in abundance, clear as the blue sky. Now I'm reduced to hiding in the deepest, darkest pits to save myself. I used to be called water, Now they call me liquid gold. (280 characters) This post … Continue reading tiny tale #48: Holed up

tiny tale #45: Summertime

Summer was in. The school was out. While kids his age were spending the summer obsessing over video games, Adi had other plans. Volunteering to help clean up the local beach was his favourite summer activity. Adi loved to make a difference; Saving the environment, one beach at a time. (280 characters) This post was … Continue reading tiny tale #45: Summertime


All they wanted was a habitat - a place to call their own, and a chance to survive... But humans had other plans. © 2017 Shweta Suresh. All rights reserved. "By the year 2100, human activities such as pollution, land clearing, and overfishing may drive more than half of the world's marine and land species … Continue reading Survive…