Chilling Storms Of Terror In France - Poem by Hebert Logerie
Paris and other cities of France are under siege
Eruption of gun fires, bloody bodies on stage
Everywhere, in the theaters, in the bistros, in the streets
Outside of the stadium; heck no, we are not at the movies
People in France are actually living those sad realities
Blazing sounds of the ambulances and the sirens of the Police
We are under attacks by a bunch of mother blanking terrorists
We need to use strong words, and ultimately strong actions
To neutralize those bums. We need to stop those maledictions.
There is too much violence and there too many weapons
In the hands of too many sick extremists. Let’s cease all guns
From the vagabonds who only inspire bad intentions
Violence, negativities. Nobody is safe around those goons
These senseless massacres only create more problems
More deaths, more fears, and more innocent victims
Peace is a rare commodity in this world full of hate
Retaliations, tit for tat, discrimination, violence and nonsense
May Our Great God bless the victims and punish the guilty ones
Our People want to live in Peace; they deserve a better fate.
Copyright © November 13,2015 Logerie Hébert, All Rights Reserved
Hebert Logerie is the author of several collections of poems.
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