adedayo michael


Jaded


I looked through the
curtains in a shinning sunny day
Through my
windows, I saw horror flying
In the banks and
boundary of a country
With felling of hatred
and tears
My heart sinks into
the plains of abject sorrow.
'JADED' I said, about
world situations.
Everything look
boring and tiring.'JADED'.
No day without it
reproach
No sunshine without
it own tears.
All about the country
are sound of missiles and bombs
No peace. I was
Jaded about everything.
'JADED', I called
out, when innocent lives
Were lost in war they
do not create.
Many sign their
death warrant with their hand`
And plunge many
families to tears
Turning our earthly
home to nothing.
'JADED', I said
tearfully, where are we heading
To? , I asked but no
one reply me
With tangible
answer.'Why have we lost peace? '
I said again but none
to provide answer for my question.
Peace eloped and
leave the world.Many children
Were turned orphans
and many more families destroyed
by
Instruments we
create, more refugees and
Refuge homes than
usual and none to save the
World.No healer for
the world but all of us,
The inhabitants of
the world are JADED.
JADED by our dark
hearts
And love for violence
that none could redress the world.

Submitted: Monday, May 14, 2012

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