A Good Deal Or No Deal At All Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

If a good deal is reached in any matter, then
All's well that end's well, but
If a bad deal is reached, then
All's not well anytime
Simply because a ceasefire or a truce
Is not a good achievement and is not a good deal,
Either you choose the lesser of two evils,
These two evils are not appreciated, that is,
A ceasefire and a truce,
We can not equalize the victim with the aggressor anytime
Simply because there is no fair balance
Between the two parties,
If a good deal is reached with good intentions, then
We say that something has reached or vice-versa,
Any ugly aggression is a great evil simply
Because it starts with illegal justifications anytime,
Any right never dies as long as being pursued by its people,
A ceasefire or a truce is merely nonsense because
It's merely buying time for more aggressive actions, so
Only fair deals that comply with the international laws are
Only eyed anytime, anywhere, and everywhere.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: war and peace

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