shimon weinroth

A New Religion Terrorism - Poem by shimon weinroth

Bottled up and boxed in
Again and again
They try to get out
Banging fists on the walls

Shouting till they are hoarse
beating and kicking
The unmovable borders
Till they are senseless

Tempers so frantic
Full of hatred

In such a state
Humane and humanity
Have lost all its pity

Why do we ask them
To consider
Our side

They are the monster
That grew out of dispair

Samson in agony
One last act
Calls out for revenge

Now they have made
A religion
Of such heroism

Comments about A New Religion Terrorism by shimon weinroth

  • Howard The Motivational Poet Simon (11/23/2008 9:15:00 PM)

    This new Religion has changed our lives and the world for ever. We have a new and most dangerous world. Woderfully writtten. Animated activism.10/10 (Report)Reply

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  • Ashraful Musaddeq (10/22/2008 2:40:00 AM)

    A nice piece. My 10 against terrorism.
    Love it.

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  • Joe Breunig (11/25/2006 8:23:00 AM)

    An intriguing write; one can't judge God by the people found in church. (Report)Reply

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  • (7/17/2006 9:44:00 AM)

    If it were heroism Simon. I like this, perhaps because I appreciate the sentiment with the narrative. I think you should take the word 'terrorism' out of the title, it's a little clicheish. People will get it.

    A good flowing peace with a control of emotion.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 17, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 17, 2010

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