Nikhil Parekh

Freshman - 508 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

Please Stop War - Poem by Nikhil Parekh

Please Stop War; Please Stop indiscriminately
terrorizing hatred to
reign as
the most supremely inebriating and acrimoniously
rebuking ingredient;
of the
atmosphere,
Please Stop War; Please Stop Poverty from perpetuating
its maliciously
ghastly curse to every quarter of the planet; as
countless innocent
were
rendered hopeless; and without a single roof to
sequester their scalps,
Please Stop War; Please Stop indiscriminately uncouth
racialism;
ghettoizing
holistically bountiful society; into frigidly
polarized and abominably
shivering halves,
Please Stop War; Please Stop uncontrollably atrocious
misery without
the
tiniest rhyme or reason; as boundless innocuous
civilians cadaverously
rotted in the aisles of reproachfully stabbing
disease,
Please Stop War; Please Stop limitless impeccable
infants from
treacherously
emaciating; with every conceivable trace of food and
water;
pugnaciously
metamorphosing into vindictively gory blood,
Please Stop War; Please Stop the coffin of
unforgivable diabolism
straddle
its grip; upon every pristinely untainted chest and
soul; till times
beyond
infinite infinity,
Please Stop War; Please Stop the nightmare of
perpetual disaster from
ghoulishly enshrouding every philanthropic brain; even
in the most
blisteringly Omnipotent of daylight,
Please Stop War; Please Stop the scorpion of egregious
abhorrence
venomously
blinding even the most effusively brilliant of your
senses; to
mortuaries of
inexplicably endless despair,
Please Stop War; Please Stop politicians from taking
unprecedented
advantage
of the same; salaciously busy in gobbling votes from
the one community
that
they sanctimoniously supported,
Please Stop War; Please Stop the intransigently
hazardous apocalypses
of
nuclear war; cursedly victimizing countless more
generations yet to be
born;
with the fangs of unfathomably incurable apathy and
angst,
Please Stop War; Please Stop the indescribably
penalizing stench of
inhumanity forever disrupt the fabric of God's eternal
paradise;
mercilessly
torch every trifle of compassionate sensitivity alive,
Please Stop War; Please Stop the graveyard of
satanically torturing
tears;
replace every beautifully burgeoning smile; replace
every construable
instant of symbiotically enamoring felicity,
Please Stop War; Please Stop the thorn of torridly
tawdry unemployment
to
arise out of sheer nothingness; unsparingly lambasting
its amorphous
bigotry
upon triumphantly bustling blood and youth,
Please Stop War; Please Stop Mother Soil from being
lethally inundated
with
raunchily unceremonious bone and decaying carcass;
rather than being
miraculously harnessed with the seeds of majestically
blessing
fertility,
Please Stop War; Please Stop every pricelessly new
born infant from
being
barbarously orphaned; as its parents inadvertently
became the fury of
the
violently rampaging and senselessly blinded mob,
Please Stop War; Please Stop every speck of fretfully
asphyxiating
desperation; wholesomely overrule the chapters of
unassailably
Omnipresent
truth and gloriously undaunted honesty,
Please Stop War; Please Stop fecklessly livid
nervousness heckling
every
sagaciously celestial bone alive; with every organism
frenetically
praying
for its next breath; instead of insuperably relishing
its present one,
Please Stop War; Please Stop contemptuously baseless
condemnation of
the
Lord's eternally symbiotic living beings; tossing away
inimitably
endowed
life like a chunk of wailing feces; while sadistically
kissing the
coffin
till times immemorial,
Please Stop War; Please Stop utterly derogatory
annihilation of the
panoramically enthralling environment; as it forever
disappeared into
the
aisles of meaninglessness; while human brutally
clashed sword with
blood
tainted sword,
And Please Stop War; Please Stop every beat of the
perennially
throbbing
heart from bawdily wrenching in the hell of devil;
rather than
timelessly
uniting with the immortally Omniscient paradise of the
fathomlessly
indomitable Almighty Lord 


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