Siding with any war is a big mistake Done by any entity or by anyone simply because An ugly war breeds only hatred and destruction Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, We have witnessed very ugly wars here and there In our recent times, then What have we got out of these horrible wars? ! Of course, nothing, but Mass killings, mass destructions, and mass sufferings Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere, Wars are only tools in the hands of the ugly aggressors And in the hands of all arms dealers anytime, Only corpses, pretty childhood, dead mothers, scattered bodies of Men here and there, Wars bring all pretty nations back to zeros simply because They burn everyone and everything totally to the ground, Shelling scares, Volleys of bullets terrorize innocent people, Long-range rockets kill our hopes, and All all other machines of aggression tend to end pretty souls, then All anti-war cries share together to say: 'Stop all ugly wars now before it's over.'

Submitted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: war and peace

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