What Do We Have To Lose More Than What We Lost? - Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI

Childhood got perished, Our mothers got killed, Our dads got gone, Our whole neighbors got perished, and Everything got gone for ever, so What else do we have to lose? When guns talk, then Everyone and everything should keep silent Because they all have no choice, Under the patronage of an ugly aggression That goes on destroying everyone and everything, Life has turned into a hell-like sight, No one is exempted from that ugly aggression Including dogs, cats, donkeys, jackasses, and all animals, This aggression goes on to stop life and Turning it what is ' The Wasteland ' of our century Simply because what we see can not be described by anyone, What's going on? ! It's absurd to see the pretty childhood dying like this and No one dares to utter a single word! Where are we, O world? ! It's not a Hollywood movie, is it? A lot of innocent people got perished up-to-this-moment and No one dares to do anything! We lack everything including Our love because If there is love, then There is peace, I shout loudly to stop this ongoing genocide and This real holocaust against innocent people immediately! It's absurd, O world to keep silent like this! We're all human beings.... We're not aliens... Love is turned into hatred, so Who is behind this?

Topic(s) of this poem: war

Comments about What Do We Have To Lose More Than What We Lost? by MOHAMMAD SKATI

  • Is It Poetry James Mclain (7/29/2014 3:51:00 PM)

    I like billions
    could not agree more
    responsible adults
    should bring no more
    into the world
    I am guilty to one...iip

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014

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