The Truth Is They Fight Each Other - Poem by Cynthia BuhainBaello
An Egyptian man said he blames the West
For what has now happened to his land.
Research showed their revolution, at best
Showed lust for power in the military's hand.
No Western people marched Egyptian streets,
World news abounded with their faces there!
But myopic minds love to blame and greets
All wars and misfortune as the west's evil fare.
The truth is civil wars come from the people,
Fighting each other, they would never agree!
Rule themselves with discipline, they're not able!
Chaos dwells in those who've never been free.
No reason, no discourse, no negotiation!
Just pointless shouting and raising of fists!
For a religious lot, it's such a contradiction-
Violence and disunity will make them end like mist!
All rights reserved~~~Cynthia Buhain-Baello~~~09.13.15
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