BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA


War - Poem by BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA

War

Some blunder wayfarers
Have stolen freedom of independent nation
Some blunder wayfarers
Have chained up my week- simple and easy brothers
If I deny to join the war
Then I can’t excuse me
Pardon me
Let me go on the way of death.

Who laugh in within conflagration of war?
The worthless men burn to ashes
By their roaring laughter
Only the ruined land stays
Killing the man who are war monger
Ruined land glitters at their eyes
Like the diamond.

Woman delivers the night
Man creates the war
If woman doesn’t deliver night
Then war would not be.

There are victory and defeat in war
If there would not be war
Victory and defeat would not come
Without victory the word-
Freedom would not come.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 26, 2011



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