Treasure Island

Udaya R. Tennakoon


Killings! Killings!


Killings! Killings! Killing!
Human beings of milking
My brain is blinking
How I bear this feeling

The earth of all we are belonged
The sea of all we are surrounded
The sky of all we are breathed
The unit for unity we are granted

For a gun, a bomb or a sharpen weapon
Would it possible to overthrow the sin
Dwindling the humanity, to have the win
What will last, though it is a heaven?

Hostility never creates prosperity
Mentality exists the anxiety
Brutality gives up possibility
Humanity sleeps upon this opportunity

Submitted: Thursday, August 21, 2014

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