Terrorism Poem by Leloudia Migdali


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Cries of pain, bodies scattered
Blood runs cold, eyes hurt to see
Innocent people running away shattered
A nightmare no one could foresee
Terror around creeping in their veins
Terrorism nameless, terrorism with a name
Mission to find potential targets remains
Blocked minds thirsty for fame
‘Sorry, in the name of my beliefs I will kill you thrice,
This is my fallacy'
Young hearts instilled with vice
Black moon for mankind and decency
Who is to blame? Who is not?
For living in uncertainty and fear
Can needless carnage lead to ought
But a world with no atmosphere?
Will we resist to the situation?
Fight for peace upstanding this new plague?
All humanity convict insanity and depression
No matter religion, color, political blame?
Or will all see enemies everywhere,
Pushing this already fragile world into an endless shame
For Future generations, so unfair?

Edward Kofi Louis 28 March 2016

Creeping in their veins! Nice piece of work.

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Leloudia Migdali 28 March 2016

Thank you. I appreciate your good words.

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Kelly Kurt 18 January 2016

A welcome addition to the united words of peaceful people. Thank you, Leloudia

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Leloudia Migdali 28 March 2016

Peace must prevail! Thank you Kelly.

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Fabrizio Frosini 15 January 2016

Ebook 'POETRY AGAINST TERROR' ~*~*~*~ THE POEMS: ~*~*~*~ Sayeed Abubakar: A Broom’s Prayer to God against Terrorism Alexandro Acevedo Johns: The Cost of Terror and the Two Chilean Women Saadat Tahir Ali: Smeared in Blood Paul Amrod: Crusader in Black Leah Ayliffe: Lions Khaoula Basty: Belief Lawrence Beck: Slipping Away from Decadence Daniel J. Brick: A Dance Sophy Chen: Faced With Terrorism, Poetry is Nothing's Nothing Terence George Craddock, Terrorism Holds a Bloody Knife At Innocent Throats Sahra Hussein Dahir: Save the Humanity Driss Ezzireg: They're Just Kids Havin' Some Fun Geoffrey Fafard: Face Down in the Sand Weiyao Feng: The Flame of Paris Grant Fraser: Lighthouse Fabrizio Frosini: Blood Rain Negar Gorji: Terror in Swan Lake Bright Kwamina Grantson: The Error of Terror Dilantha Gunawardana: Chess Nosheen Irfan: The Fatal Moment Galina Italyanskaya: Terror is a Synonym of Fear Afrooz Jafarinoor: The Growth of a Word Farzad Jahanbani: My Heart is in Torment Vincent Chizoba John: Blood in the street Kinyua Karanja: War on Terror Sofia Kioroglou: Guns and Bullets Varghese Kuncheria: The Earth Bleeds Kelly Kurt: Unwritten Remedy (Poets for Peace) Lionel Lerch (Cocteau Mot Lotov) : Struggle for Death Birgit Bunzel Linder: On the Train Tapera Makadho: From Paris with Love Kenneth Maswabi: Terror in the Minds of Men Denzel Mbatha: With Wounded Lips.. Mallika Menon: A Cry for Peace Leloudia Migdali: Cries of Pain, Bodies Scattered Asoke Kumar Mitra: The Heartbreak that is Terrorism Zoran Mitrović (Neran Sati) : Prime Lines Istvan Molnar: No Mercy Souren Mondal: Red Ashes of War Anitah Muwanguzi: My Life for Hers Bharati Nayak: Mourning The Death of Innocent Flowers Valsa George Nedumthallil: Down with Terrorism Srijana Neupane (KC) : We Humans? Eunice Barbara C. Novio: The Crescent Moon Fatima Obaid: Terrorism Marcondes Pereira: Stanzas of Sadness (A Sonnet) Sajee Rayaroth: There Will Be Tomorrow.. Marianne Larsen Reninger: Cell Theory Terry Robinson (HE George) : And The Writing's on the Wall Rizwan Saleem: Lend Me Your Tears Leila Samarrai: Où vas-tu, Seigneur? Kirti Sharma: It's been so Many Years.. Anzelyne Shideshe: Mr Terror Osiel Silverino da Silva: Flowers Pamela Sinicrope: Habibi Petra Soliman: Harmony Along Douglas Stewart: Mourning, Marchons Udaya R. Tennakoon: A Thunder Terrified Me Richard Thézé: We are Charlie, We are Paris Savita Tyagi: The Terrorist Mai Murphy Venn: The Music Stopped Niken Kusuma Wardani: Us and Them Snir Yacoby: Might Asma Zenjali: A Rude Awakening ~*~*~*~

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Dimitrios Galanis 12 January 2016

A great poem.Poetically said everything included in a piece of art.

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