Ramesh T A

Rookie - 508 Points (28th August 1950 / Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India)

ACT OF ELIMINATION OR PROMOTION OF PEACE?


Weakest animals are consumed by strongest;
Beautiful, strongest and fittest survive long!
Elimination of the weakest is justice in Nature.
Even in all competitions weakest is eliminated;
Ecological balance is maintained by elimination!
Survival of the fittest is due to natural selection.

Evolution of intelligent man is a process of Nature;
Among them super intelligent survives against odds!
Due to his zeal he disturbs natural evolution process.
Now the situation is who the winner is among them
Consisting of terrorist force and military force here,
Between barbarism and civilisation as in the jungle!

Nuclear weapons lying in between army and terrorists
Pose a great threat to world peace and world civilisation!
Who is going to eliminate who is the suspense and thrill
Unfortunately drive the world to the brink of war forever!
Disarmament and elimination of Nuclear weapons is the
Only way lies for promoting world peace for survival of all!

Submitted: Wednesday, September 09, 2009
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