Smoky Fumes


Smokes leave a disenchantment,

Wherever they are found,

Whenever they surround,

However much they abound.

 

 

 

White fumes from the  burning red,

Emanates  from a large fire,

Engulfing the atmosphere,

Polluting  the ecosphere.

 

 

Black fumes from the exhaust ,

Signifies a deadly  pollutant,

Carbon and soot are the resultant,

Afflicting the stratosphere  in  fluent. 

 

 

Hot fumes rise up the chimney,

While cold air sinks down,

Making the neighbours frown,

Also  they disturb Nature’s crown.

 

 

 

Light fumes from the cigar,

 Drawn into the mouth effortlessly

Puffing variant flavours wholesomely,

In every direction  effectively.

 

 

Mercy is twice blessed,

Blesses the one that gives,

And the one that takes,

Balancing the trades.

 

 

Smokes all  in general,

Cigars in particular,

Kill  one  who consumes,

And the one who inhales.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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