Treasure Island

dr. ram sharma

(30 years / meerut)

BOMB BLAST


BOMB BLAST
Man is a social animal,
But where remains the social customs,
Only he has become animal,
And much more than animal,
No animal kills another,
Man is blasting all customs and rituals,
By killing innocent weaponless persons,
Man has progressed so much,
That he is controlled by remote control,
There are only blasts and blasts
And no humanity

Submitted: Wednesday, October 01, 2008

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  • Bob Blackwell (10/18/2008 5:26:00 AM)

    Man kills by remote control, flying high he drops a bomb. No love, no hate this soldier in the sky, he just follows orders to eliminate. No face to face combat today, you do not even see the blood gthats spilled. Keep exposing the unhumanity of man, one day he might awake and finds he's human. (Report) Reply

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