Ken e Hall

(Last Century / England-Now Australian Citizen)



If I was the leader of the pack
I would eradicate
Murder wars and hate
Each person would have
On his back
A rucksack containing
Three books
One on love of everything
One on Giving and sharing
Lastly one on religious understanding
If one prays to a stone or
A mountain a mosque or a church
Do not mock them
Their belief is a divine right
Their God is in everything
If they shave their head
Wear a turban, cover their head
Grow long hair
Understand its faith
Look at each other with love
The sentence of murder
Would not be only in the hands
Of murderers anywhere
The disgusting tolerance
Of babies skin and bone
A Berlin armada of planes
Would stop that
A money bank for the starving
Should be filled daily by every
Bank on the planet
Who is the man who can?
Start all this
If I was the leader of the pack
It would be me!

Submitted: Saturday, October 08, 2011

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  • Vipins Puthooran (10/9/2011 4:39:00 AM)

    Wow, great poem, , , powerful and pious thought...Top marks, ,10+++
    It's a dream of a noble man..
    Oh, Lord, who will eradicate the worm of sin on this earth..I pray to The Almighty.
    And who will enthrone here to fight with the fangs of sin, , (Report) Reply

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