Treasure Island

Dr. Yogesh Sharma

(1-7-1959 / india)

WAR AND PEACE


We do not want blood bath and war,
We are faithful to love, peace and care.
By no means use the tools of death,
Nor farms plough the crop of wrath.

Do not want to write the tale of disaster and flames,
Written by the canons of gallant and unyielding soldiers,
Cultivate the sacred song, love mounting,
With all the stairs of blissful rhyming.

We will wrestle for a planet sans war,
Ring out the disgrace and distress of tar,
Those who crop of weapon of destruction,
Will hymn for serenity, bury shells and deception.

Those trade shrouds must spread adore,
The old bare dreams, would spring love and care,
All live in harmony, to enjoy life, God's creation,
Eliminate starvation and sickness, all devils' possession.

Wait yet, my friends, a second stays—
Stay our fertile green land turn red rays,
We are all ex brothers and sisters,
Live till the good land lives without battles.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 27, 2012

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