Abdul Wahab


Noble doctrine


What hyped in nineteen ninety one
The same things are in the
Air in two thousand thirteen
No body will be allowed
To have weapons of mass destruction
As they believe in queer doctrine
So they may use them
But ours are nice and fine
They are for the kiss
Will be dropped only
to spread love and care on human being
the same thing are hyped in 2013
no one will be allowed nuclear weapons
they are very dangerous
though we have 5000 and 13
they are nice and fine
they are based on noble doctrine
Except to cure infertility of insects
Never to be used on human being! ! !

Submitted: Friday, April 26, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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  • Aftab Alam Khursheed (4/26/2013 8:55:00 AM)

    Nice poem it's hype it will be hyped up for us to observe thank u Whether it is Iraq or Afghan or Iran or Korea Victor and victim we all know but one thing buffalo that goes for grazing sitting on horse may not always enjoy the grazing....we all favouring the democracy but UNO is the example that violets the system undemocratically why five kings sat on head as a toad (Report) Reply

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