Daya Nandan

Gold Star - 5,958 Points (2.7.1992 / Malaysia)

The Stupidity Of Nations Crossing Swords - Poem by Daya Nandan

War is a creation of evil and twisted satanic minds,
War is a mindless beast that destroys everything it finds,
War is dreadful, loved by death worshiping garbage,
War is loved by the wicked, modern fools with a war to wage,

War creates hate where humanity and love should truly be
War clouds our hearts, our blinded compassion simply cannot see
War causes death, creates tears that will never stop flowing,
War kills many, brings sadness to many that is constantly growing,

War drops bombs on our tender hopes and dreams,
War brings nightmares and internal traumatizing screams
War makes you see things that make you scream in fear inside
War kills too many good people, it simply has so much evil to hide

War leaves death when every body drops to the floor,
War is bloodshed, there is death behind every door,
War is seeing bodies flying across the wide open blue sky,
War is an exchange of bullets, seeing those dear to you suffer and die,

War causes a needless loss of lives, the world cannot prosper without peace,
War causes too many worried minds, this madness has to cease,
War makes the mothers of their dead offsprings weep,
War brings a horrid guild that climbs on you to creep,

Wars spread terror and horror, the lives lost in war is a huge price to pay,
War kills millions of innocent families with each passing day,
War victims by the hour multiply, more injured people writhing in pain,
War is a blight we bring upon ourselves, a huge mistake that is always is in vain,

War destroy's too many things, It puts many parents and children in tears,
War causes the death of their beloved ones that they will grieve for years,
War is unjust, such suffering to non combatants it does bring,
War is disgust, modern warfare is a horrible thing.

Topic(s) of this poem: war, warfare


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 23, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, July 24, 2015


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