Majid Gaggi


The Wave... - Poem by Majid Gaggi

The wave of evil...
Wave time...
The place and the times
Ah... you
Hey wave of evil...
What sweeter Vic
Over the hemlock
All ride on you
Be and acts as an evil...
After losing his
Insight and vision...
Nor has thought
Or lower farsightedness...
And become among
Hit and run
Ah... from you
Will not keep anything
You will destroy everything...
You will not keep stone on a stone
And nothing from goodness which exist
After the evil that visited us...
Various forms and models
Monsters in the form of humans...
Under many false pretenses
And to us delegate and attend
Passing deserts
Plains and the seas
After passing the barriers
And across the border
Every building and construction
Ruined and disappeared...
.........
......
All this ruins is just say
Hey wave of evil
All are liberate
Oh what evil act
Hey wave of evil...
You who planted
Thorns instead of roses...
Missed and left us
Each scent of roses and perfume
And made it all the beautiful building
A pile of rubble stone...
There was the blood of the innocent
Pure like river
And tears from the eyes of conduct
Sad and run down...
Groans and pangs in
Squeezed at bleak hearts...
The impact of humans... humans
Send in a Premature to be buried in the grave
Why you have not taken from the past
Lessons, sermons and wisdom
Neither remorse nor benefit
A thousand excuse...
Neither remorse nor benefit
A thousand excuse...
You, O.....

Topic(s) of this poem: world conflicts


Comments about The Wave... by Majid Gaggi

  • (1/16/2016 9:12:00 PM)


    Realistic and intense poem about the destruction of everything done by evil men. Stark and intense portrayal of the wave that swept away the hearts of many with no reason behind the spilling of innocent blood. Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 15, 2016



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