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Amine Fadil Poems
Seven Wars by: Amine Fadil Many types of War; I have known.
In the heart of dark, laying awake at night; Contemplating this new age of fight, A world full blood, Where humanity and justice long ago died,
In The Heart of Suffering
When the justice becomes blind, And Dark surrounds mankind Blood Suckers from blackness come out, To kill, to tug, and serve the Dark,
A Gazelle And A Stallion
Falling foot-steps, screaming sounds, And rising dust; as if trying to kiss the skies. Not once, not twice, but millions of times, At Ibn Tofail University strode the army of Mars,
Cutting Cold & Gigantic Goals
No sunny songs, or fine fellows, The sightless silence, and the shaking shadows, From time to time, within winter's calm midnights, Barking dim dogs, and doomed drunk fellows
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Seven Wars by: Amine Fadil
Many types of War;
I have known.
War to stop War,
War in the names of Lords,
War in the name of Peace,
War against terrorism,
War against people who wants Freedom,
And the other Rights,
War against Crimes,
War against Islam,
War against……who knows?
And new Wars coming soon,
Other families will be torn,
At end the victim is mankind;
And Innocents die,
But for the Prophet (Mohamed Peace be upon him) : and Islam
I don't mind to Fight.