Ramesh T A

Freshman - 572 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

A Victory or Death?


All abhor war but wars are there!
Beyond all means only war comes;
Crossing all line of control of peace
Danger of war begins to decide crisis.

Every means is followed to win war!
Fools or intellectuals, war is a game;
Gaining control over weak is victory!

Human nature succumbs to animal one;
I is what stands before despite justice is
Joining hands with supporters as friends!

Kind and truth loving hearts have no place!
Last resort to save life is surrender only;
Many battles are won with no one to enjoy!

Nobody likes war but none can stop it!
Of all crimes, killing is no crime in war!
Power keeps all at bay with awe in war!

Queen waits for seeing victory of lover;
Rooks, camels and horses die for men;
Soldiers are pawns in the hands of king!

Troops march on, men may win or die!
Universal declaration of peace is illusion;
Victory is the only goal in war of any kind;
World of woes by wars never sees shore!

Xena, the warrior queen is also famous...!
Yesterday, today and tomorrow wars are
Zeroing on targets to kiss victory or death!

Submitted: Thursday, July 12, 2012

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