Somahadi Hadi

Rookie (17 August 1979 / Jakarta)

Yellow Cake - Poem by Somahadi Hadi

Nuclear......
The first world war has ended
The world are devided two blocks
The west block and the east block

So many victims were death because of you
So many victims were amputated because of you
So many beautiful girls who become widows
You are the Yellow cake

Where is love of peacefull?
In United States of America? No..
Where is Eternal happiness?
In Japan? No....

Only in heart
We get love of peacefull
Only in Islam
We find eternal happiness


Date : March 5th 2005
Time : 5.43 pm
Copyrigth/writer : Somahadi ( Hadi)


Comments about Yellow Cake by Somahadi Hadi

  • (2/11/2010 12:32:00 PM)


    Where is love of peacefull?

    interesting poem, well expressed ideas to convey the message

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  • John Knight (2/8/2010 6:43:00 PM)


    Hi Somahadi - This is a well structured poem with a powerful message. V 1 I was 12 when the Second World War was ended in 1945 by the USA dropping of two nuclear bombs on Japan. Thousands died instantly and some by a slow death over months and years. There has never been a nuclear war - or a World War since. But we have not had 65 years of PEACE. V 3 All nations - including Japan and the USA - are potential agressors. V 4 The only way we can have Universal peace is if each individual first makes PEACE with their GOD. It will then spread to Comunities to Cities to Nations and then to the whole World. Yours in poetry - JOHN. (Report) Reply

  • Dr.subhendu Kar (2/4/2010 3:38:00 PM)


    Where is love of peacefull?
    In United States of America? No..
    Where is Eternal happiness?
    In Japan? No..................................quest yet ruffles by queries. life when resounds in pangs of sorrow indeed by wars, let us have love and peace all in our heart itself by path of non-violence, wonderful write,10+++, thanks for sharing
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