hasmukh amathalal

Gold Star - 19,895 Points (17/05/1947 / Vadali, Dist: - sabarkantha, Gujarat, India)

An end to hostility


Hostility can never cease or end
If peace initiatives are not taken or feelers sent
It may go on worsening the situation
It may have distrust consequences if allowed long duration

Who has benefited from long hostile atmosphere?
Have they been able to create permanent sphere?
Has it paid any dividend for the times to come?
Only hatred, misery, pain and sufferings to welcome

It has helped only war mongers
We have struggled and remained as strangers
They have proved good businessman and managers
It has brought havoc, destruction and produced ravagers

They have vested interest to see that nations are reeling under poverty
They must remain under their subjugation and never emerge as mighty
It doesn’t augur well with their national interest and hence inflame the passion
Unrest, bankruptcy and misfortune force them to go in for submission

Nothing moves on tract with right spirit and harmony
Illegal funding and over throw of legitimate Governments with money
Subjects may reel under dictators without any freedom
No rights of any kind and prosperity witnessed random

Nations can’t be put under heels for longer period quietly
Their voice can’t be ruffled and crushed mercilessly
They may emerge strong form impossible certainty
It may prove their graveyard even if they are powerful or mighty

No nation can survive with permanent hostility
It may ruin them completely and reduce the ability
There is no reason and purpose behind its continuation
It may be proving stumbling block for their elevation

No one has benefited for continued struggle and lead to slavery
Hostility ahs crippled their economy with no future recovery
You may not be in position to regain glory or fame
You will be reduced to work as pawn with shame

If the peace initiative is lost then it will be very difficult
It may add to sufferings and confidence can never be built
Generations after generation may inherit the hatred
They may find no hope but gloom future to lead


Even in our normal life, we can’t afford to be less tolerant
Even thought it is our weakness and possibly inherent
It is very hard to forget treachery a and set backs
Even then it must be tackled wisely possibly with still more cracks

It is bound to yield promising result
Respect may instill the confidence and substitute for insult
Good confidence building measure may improve relation
Hostility may end for good with its cessation

Submitted: Friday, June 11, 2010

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