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Life on future

God, who had given life
Had given a light
To save own self from
The darkness of failure

I got a way to
Go over Go under
Or Go through
But never give up
By holding his hands

Life on future
Will be such a disgusting
Time for the people
Where the earth will be
Asking for a sip of water
And human for death

Life on future
will be such a time
where the natural resources
Ask to give life to them again
Earth will ask for
a sip of water
And forests ask for their lives

Life on future
where there will be only
Human & human
Fighting for a sip
And for a bite
Suffocated under the sky
And ask for a eternal death.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: life

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