MOHAMMAD SKATI


These ugly wars


Arms-dealers and all those bad people Are behind every war globally Simply because this is their ugly job, Ugly wars lead to ruins Anywhere and everywhere, People have not learned from Previous wars because They forgot their miseries and Theirs pains they caused to our humanity, Pretty countries have turned into Destroyed and devastated countries, A lot of people have died for no pretty reasons Simply because of sick minds that caused these ugly wars, Wars are ugly fields for testing All kinds of banned weapons, All ugly wars lead to permanent miseries and to Big losses on all levels, Hopes fade away with these ugly wars Simply because they carry ugly futures to humanity, At wars, all losers are losers and All winners are the biggest losers Simply because wars wipe that pretty image of Any hope or any future... These are the ugly wars and their ugly consequences Anytime, anywhere, and everywhere. _________________________________________________ _____________________

Submitted: Thursday, September 04, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 04, 2014

Topic of this poem: war


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