Why Are All Crazy for War?
Why are all moving so for? Why are all crazy for war?
What has made them trouble? What do they need more?
Why do not cry their hearts, kindness comes not in core?
Why are all becoming cruel, why do not war make bore?
What shall we do further? With stream of blood here
Let us leave war dear, together let us live in cheer.
Why are your unseen conflicts? Why do you all fight?
War is so bad and bad, nothing here is right and right.
God has given this garden, created this earth for us,
Living with misery does not seem very proper here thus.
Refugees fall on top of hills, shining hotness summer pours,
Leave away bloodshed scar, leave away fighting and wars.
What do we get exactly? By destroying the wealth of world?
Why do not we feel shame? Making a race or nation hurled.
Through the gain of fights and wars many sins are so far earned,
Sorrows and pain come with agony, why are we not so learned?
Why do not we feel others, what are the scarcities exactly here?
Why do not we tolerate them, the sacrifice why do not we bear?
We do not know why are all crazy for war, why do not hear roar?
All are brothers join hands, leave away, and leave away harmful war.
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