The War's Inevitability And Peace's Inevitability - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI
A war is a war, but peace is not a war, If a war is inevitable, then there must be A war ugly or good anytime or anywhere, If peace is inevitable, then there must be Peace because it means something lovely and good, A war versus peace because they're greatly opposites A war when there is a war anywhere it means no peace and When there is peace somewhere there is no war, A war is always a bad decision because its rules are Horrible, but peace is something else anywhere, Always a war is symbolized by ugly guns, but peace Is symbolized by a white dove which flies freely, I am never on the side of any war, but what do you Want to do if a decision is not your choice anytime? I am always on the side of peace because when peace Prevails, then everyone and everything will be lovely, A war and peace are always like two parallel lines The more they go longer they never meet anytime, A war is waged for a certain intention, but peace is Always sought as a good thing with good intentions, A war means destruction while peace means building, So whoever is launching a war is seeking something Out of it while peace is something lovely and known.
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