Know Not What To Do


The rains have abated
water has receded
a thirteen day wet spell
caused a disaster
the administration was rattled
knew not what to do.

Water is a commodity rare to get
now runs copious all through
lo!has gone into the sea
unimaginable sufficiency, an excess
has now gone into the drain
know not what to do.

Conservation has been forgotten
disaster management has been not learnt
the make do at the moment is in vogue
helps none in the end
governance is not be found at all
really know not what to do.

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