Treasure Island

Javeria Rahman


AT LEAST NOW STOP KILLING!


Its not fair killing innocent souls,
Blaming innocent nations,
Finishing innocent families.

It's easy to kill,
Easy to blame,
Easy to finish innocent people’s life.

Its hard to suffer the pain,
Hard to live in vain,
Hard to forget all the pains.

Killing is now in,
Bombing is now happening.
Living is now a challenge.

Killing innocent souls is now a mean of living,
Surviving is now a hard task,
World is changed after all everyone is after money!

Innocent souls are weeping for their loved ones,
Blamed nations are praying for their safety,
Broken families are trying to stop their tears.

And the left innocents are now living their life in fear,
Will the next breath they take finish their tears?

Submitted: Friday, January 16, 2009
Edited: Sunday, January 18, 2009

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