Treasure Island

Karran Deokarran


Peace


Peace every one is looking in a mirror to see
But it is hidden way down within thee
It is call simplicity and trust
It cannot be achieved without diginity and trust

Peace peace peace the cry every where
Yet more weapons is created every year
Peace can never be while there is fear
Peace would not come by firing missile in the air

The united nation everyday talk peace
While war and sanction is on the increase
Fear and discrimination is every where
Stop making missile then peace will come near

Stop spending on war and feed the hungry
Threat and sanction only make people angry
For the world to witness peace
War must stop and a helping hand must increase

Submitted: Friday, July 05, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 18, 2013

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