Where They Come From? Poem by Naseer Ahmed Nasir

Where They Come From?

Rating: 5.0

Bullet or a bomb
Both are blind and numb
Wall or a roof
Body or a soul
Wherever they hit
They make a pit
Make all foul
Trees and flowers
People like towers
Concrete or soil
Plastic or foil
Glass or lumber
In no time they spoil
Scenes of love
Peace and dove
They aim to destroy
Happiness and joy
Whenever they explode
It's life they erode
Flesh and blood
Spills like flood
Limbs are found
Spread on the ground
Menfolk, womankind,
Progenies altogether bind
Innocent or cunning
Waking or slumbering
Standing or running
Genius or goof
Seek no proof
Make no distinction
Just one single shot
Puts the whole world
On the verge of extinction!

Jennifer Cottrell 15 May 2009

This poem is very well written!

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Isaac Maliya 15 May 2009

This is a very well written poem with good diction and important message.

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Tanisha Fischbach 16 May 2009

your really good at right poems i wish i was that good........

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Sonya Florentino 17 May 2009

very powerful, bullet or bomb have no conscience, they don't discriminate... but who's behind them?

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Colton Foltz 17 May 2009

It was powerful. Nice poems

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M Asim Nehal 13 September 2018

A thought provoking poem, they come from the spring of hatred and from the evil omen.

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premji premji 10 February 2010

nasir, a very powerful poem my friend...... we poets declare war against WAR...........terror.............

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Josh George 25 May 2009

the words you write moved me in a way that few do

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Leslie Rodriguez 24 May 2009

love the comparisons. the whole poem itself is great :)

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Koshal Sharma 21 May 2009

ultimate! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !

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