A NEW CIVILZATION
Ruined houses and destroyed schools Are scattered anywhere and everywhere, Broken trees and twisted roses and flowers Are thrown anywhere and everywhere, Dead people including pieces of human flesh Are visible everywhere, Damaged and destroyed buses and cars are Everywhere, Rotten corpses and dead dogs and cats are Scattered anywhere and everywhere, Silence prevails in all directions because All pretty words are no more, so This is a new civilization we see and we witness In front of us and in all directions.
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