Ramesh T A
A War Zone!
Here and there world has become a war zone forever!
Countries full of terrorism and rebels are the war zone
And Asia and Africa are where wars thrive forever.....!
Defence spendings if used for alleviation of poverty,
World will be free from hunger and unemployment;
But countries have entertainment only by wars.....!
Wars are the way to show superiority of one over all!
Bravery of new world order has been playing with war
Just as children play with fire only to be burnt soon!
War Zone of world always sees weapons of new variety
Such as Nuclear weapon, Chemical weapon and so on
Only to kill innocent men but not enemies to bring peace!
Wars are started to bring peace to world sooner or later;
But only new, new weapons are coming but not war going!
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