solome fantahun


When There's no sound to hear
There will be nothing you fear
to have disturbance
was no more a chance
with people we know
to find such a blow
When things were in rush
It was better to hush
to think and talk about peace
to abolish enmity piece by piece
with high expectation
give love and peace to the nation.
when there's a little time
without war, without crime
but peace and tranquility
no bad competition but equality
absolute life without a mess
without lie but truthfulness.
Without hate but kindness
that creates togetherness
There's nothing like peace and love
that we all should have.
to end with peace
is nothing like crisis
peace is the reason
in any season.
To follow the case
faith by faith
Towards that we found
using any loud sound
makes it more interesting
while some will be resting
with any other intimidating voice
there will be a choice
although there's one thing we find
a peace in our mind.

Submitted: Saturday, June 28, 2008

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