Gangadharan nair Pulingat..


war


In this world of beauty and hopes
somewhere we hear the news of turmoils
Unfortunate to hear the happenings
which is brutal and against humanity

Wars between nations, between ethnicity
negating the values of human peace
where none is safe and compelled to act
which is against the conscience of man

The women and children in wars find it
More harm to their safety and dignity
Against the rules of normal human justice
Only peace and democracy ensures both.

Hoping for a better world and fighting wars
Both is impossible but resultant calamities
Destruction of life and property there of
So desist from the attempts of war is nice.

History of world wars are before us
where lakhs of men lost their whole life
Their beautiful lives perished in the war
In smokes and fires from rival groups.

War is against the human conscience
Whatever excuses and reasons it may have
Peace is the beautiful thing to remember
where human being accomplishes good results.

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship


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War makes so much difficulties to the human being and peace is the essence of humanity.

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