MOHAMMAD SKATI


AS LONG AS EVIL PERSISTS, THEN THERE IS NO PEACE AT ALL Poem by MOHAMMAD SKATI


Peace has its people and evil has its people Simply because peace beats evil anytime, Some people are always in the camps of peace Because they want our world to be lovely and peaceful while A handful of evil doers choose the camp of evil Because evil means something to their sick minds, Peace and evil can not get married anytime, They are like fire and ice, They never meet like two paralel lines whatever they longer, then They will not meet, Peace prevails for ever and ever because it's the legal demand Of good and lovely people while evil fades by time If tries to dominate for a short period of time, Shelling and bombading people come under the camp of evil Simply because lovely people live under the umbrella of peace, If evil goes on anytime, then There is no peace at all anytime, so Peace pushes evil aside and beat it up to make room For all that is pretty and wonderful.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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