Sossi Khachadourian


The Horror Of The War - Poem by Sossi Khachadourian

Of night How long time it has been you and me were best friends
I can't imagine even you've changed your face
How long time every day wiped away my pain

But last night even you became a strange
Oh night you were my best friend
Even you became so cruel how strange
What's wrong the world all have changed


Ah world humanity from you is lost how a unbearable reality
The horror of the dreary war surrounding everywhere rendering sullen vain strain

Everywhere the sounds of the bombs
The mortality voice of war is shouting through the darkness of the night covering. All around


Oh night what a horror I can't bear all this pain the ugly sound of the guns and bombs what's wrong with the world
The voices of bombs through the gloomy night are destroying me inside

The echoes of terrible woes of the war are gazing at the dark like a devil
Everywhere no sign of life
No sign of humanity at the darkness is lost
What a unbearable heart pain the world is lost


I heard her voice at the dark
She was there all alone
All her lover ones have had gone
At the darkness through the ugly silent of the might


I heard her voice she were there all alone
Has she lost her mind she was crying and talking with her dead mother what a unbearable heartache


She was calling everyone looking for help
Oh poor girl humanity is dead even her father refused to come there
And told her just wait till the morning ill be there


What a world I can't bear living all these heartache
I know tomorrow will be so late
Just praying for her to be found when tomorrow comes

Oh god you may help her to stay alive
Oh you night even you changed your face
I know after today nothing will be the same even our friendship is dead.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 9, 2012



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