George Carpow

Freshman - 776 Points (27.04.1995 / Moscow)

Mankind - Poem by George Carpow

Just want to keep my eyes on things,
Which never'll come to you in dreams
Somehow you want them to fade in
But it can't gone away

Like rainbow in the skies appears
Forbidding you to come to it near
This also is intouched indeed
To take away

Behind that we are bearing out
Our feelings ‘come savage now
And men as wolfs are fighting ‘round
In eye to eye

All horny snakes and crocodiles -
We seems to be in the God's eyes
To be creatures wee and dumb
Through all the life

Chorus:
Mankind,
My silly mankind
Why should I blush for all your deeds?
Can't turn over your wicked things
Mankind

Resulted in world breaking wars
Misunderstanding, that's of course
I wanna you be over laws
To find a dream

Let's give up strives and shake the hands
Let's all turn down the spite of land
Don't let the world collapse in sand
To get what's mean

Chorus:

Topic(s) of this poem: future, human, humanity, society

Form: Lyric


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Written in October 9,2012 in Moscow

Comments about Mankind by George Carpow

  • Dr Tony BrahminDr Tony Brahmin (7/24/2017 2:56:00 PM)

    Like rainbow in the skies appears

    men as wolfs are fighting ‘round
    In eye to eye
    Why should I blush for all your deeds?
    Let's give up strives and shake the hands

    ending with a postive theme. you are a poet of hope....... God bless you for sharing this poem to us. tony
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  • Tom Allport (6/13/2017 4:04:00 AM)

    a poem of wise words hopefully heeded if not there is no hope? ............well written. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 13, 2017



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