An appeal to all humans #MondayMusings

Dear Humans

Do you remember that beautiful hymn “All Things Bright and Beautiful?” How many of you have sung this in school? For those of you who haven’t heard of it,  I will play it for you.

Now isn’t that a wonderful song?

Today I am making an appeal to you, dear humans on behalf of all the little creatures.

Well I am a small creature – so small that you can’t see me unless you put me under a microscope. I am Vi Rus  and like my cousin, the Bac Teria,  I am on your hit list. In fact every country on this earth has banned me. There are laws enacted to ensure that I become extinct. There are international conferences where important policy makers, health workers and scientists discuss strategies on how to ‘handle’ creatures like me.

And I am not the only one. There are hundreds of other creatures created by God like us : cockroaches,  mosquitos, flies, bugs, ticks, lice and insects like weevils  who destroy crops . There are all kinds of pesticides and medicines manufactured to make sure that me and my kind are exterminated. No one seems to think that we have the right to live too.

But honestly don’t we?

Why do you humans protest against cruelty towards dogs, cats and now bulls? What about the little creatures like us? We have to really fight hard to survive.

We are essential to the eco system too.

Generation after generation, humans have studied different ways with which to exterminate us. From simple newspapers folded up as swatters to chemical treatments. We are exposed to vaccinations, fogging, chemical sprays and all kinds of ‘inhuman’ methods.

Countless hours have been spent in studying our life cycles and at what stage they can be disrupted so that we can be exterminated forever.

On behalf of the other little creatures, I would request you to save us as well. We deserve gentle handling too.

Thanks for listening to my plea.

Vi Rus.

Linking this with #MondayMusings hosted by Corinne of EverydayGyaan.

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Unishta

A granny who always sees the humour in life and tries to do things differently. When others make cupcakes, this granny makes banana fritters. When she’s not busy chasing her grandchildren who love making her run around, she indulges in her passions of reading, writing, meeting friends and watching movies. And somewhere between all this she enjoys travelling and cooking!

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9 Responses

  1. Modern Gypsy says:

    LOL! Well, you do have a point there ! Poor virus and bacteria, and all the little insects of the animal kingdom. They get the short end of the stick!
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  2. Parul says:

    Ha ha! If we had saved every little creature Vi Rus, we humans would have been extinct. Laws of nature, Mr. It’s called survival of the fittest 😉
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  3. Yes.. remember this lovely hymn and here’s a lovely take on the hymn from you. We all our Gods creations yet we fail to protect and nurture other ones. And each one of it is part of our ecosystem .
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  4. Shalini says:

    I used to love this hymn in school but I am not sure I still want the virus around ?

  5. Interesting post…..we don’t want a thing so we decide to eliminate it…..what if the situation was reversed? Although I don’t want any virus or bacteria around me, (they have been driving me crazy lately), I understand the satirical edge of the post…….I liked its uniqueness.
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