Treasure Island

chinthu v kumar

(19th october 1991 / kerala)

sob of a mother......

2008 went out
with happiness
with plesure
with joy
with love
with bad humanity
burning religious war
killing friends and brothers
collapse of world peace
we saw economic crisis
food revolts

2009 started its journey
through the land of missiles
through the land of dead bodies
through the land of wounded world
through the land of our brothers
guns tells the story

Yes it is Palastine
facing the cruel face of
modern sophesticated imperialism
those who live there
are also humans
our brothers: children of the Almighty
then why should we,
come on, ,
we can put up our hands and voice together

for our brothers
for humanity
for the peaceful world
for the sake of friendship

we can build a heaven in the earth
for the bright future.
we can protect our mother
from war.........

Submitted: Monday, January 05, 2009

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