Oneeb Bin Nauman

Rookie (Lahore. Pakistan)



I look around the world and sigh,
Then I think and wonder why?
Can’t we stop this hue and cry?
We can give Peace a try!

War brings turmoil and blood,
People are dragged through mud.
Peace dies in that gore and flood.
Let the Peace flowers bud.

Terrorism and bloodshed on the ground,
I cringe when gun shots sound.
Bomb blasts in all our towns,
Terrorists are killing around.

Innocent people lose their lives,
My heart is pricked with sharp knives,
I hope Peace soon arrives,
Only then our nation survives.

Through the city a noise booms,
Sirens of ambulances wail with a zoom.
Every heart is filled with gloom,
When will Peace flowers bloom?

Peace is hope, Peace is light,
It’s the sweet scent in the night.
It’s the bright shining light.
That gives darkness a dreadful fright.

Peace is the music of hope and love.
It comes down from the heavens above.
Remember the flutter of the white Dove,
Let’s unite and spread the love.

Peace is rainbow, love and care,
Come join hands and say a prayer.
Love each other in trouble and despair,
Otherwise Peace will become rare.

Let’s join hands and look for Peace,
Let’s be tolerant and love will increase,
Help each other and hatred will cease,
Be forgiving and jealousy will decrease.

We will leave our sorrows behind,
If we think and free our mind
Make Peace and we will find,
A wonderful world for mankind

Oneeb bin Nauman
9 Years.

Submitted: Thursday, January 24, 2008
Edited: Thursday, January 24, 2008
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