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Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

Rookie - 155 Points (Iran, Islamic republic of)

Blake, The Equal Life. (Ft. Dear Mars)

In the lake less world
People try to take lord
I saw a name on a black board
It was miracle, it was the BLAKE word
He was good at the sake road
People leave him from the fake hoard
He said this poem and died
We are the same in this ride
We have to be same as chess
Black and white is close without mess
Please open your eyes! Hey guys! ! ! ! ! ! !
And look at the beautiful sunrise
It's shining equally for different size
Being sober, honest and wise
If we acted equally and being equal, we can defeat the demise
Blake was being demean by others
People who thought they were better, but they bother
The equal life is like a unique tree that is so tall,
When we are equal, we do everything together, even in the downfall
In the equal condition all will live in peace
We will fight for our in or UN common things, we all will egis
People in the equal situation have happier face
They think about their souls more, they will also efface
When people are equal, there is no hate
In the equal system people live with their lovely unit faith
For the God's sake
Come out from your peaceful silent place and see this not equal life that is a fake
We miss your lost word, when you said: Please wake…wakes….wake! ! ! ......
Why do you leave us with those people who just live with their simple dray?
People who are trying hard for being alive to see a sunny day
Blake, our dear
Don't feel shy about this unfair condition and come near...
He said a day, under the rains of God, when people are paying with green buds,
A day when everyone that is a product of a unique creature returns to mud
People will understand that the most important thing is to be a Real human with no extra pride for others,
They will believe that they have same parents and they are each other brothers
There the light will shine like a strange unique and abiding thing,
People will live in an equal life, without any KING.

Submitted: Thursday, September 06, 2012
Edited: Friday, September 07, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Well, i want o say that we, i mean Mars and me, have written this work. the most idea was from my dear Mars(the person who i love the most in this life) i just have added some humble words to his nice and unique poem. hope you enjoy this poem. we love you Mars.

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Nader Baheri (9/10/2012 9:22:00 AM)

    first of all i would like to thank you.this is really nice poem.i read it two times.

    Lets start from the end:
    the latest verse expresses the Anarchism in you thought.YES i agree whith you.we need the world without presidents, goverments, kings..

    this verse(if we acted equally...)
    I love this verse more than the others.Yes if there were not any injustice, we would be happier and i think this is the goal which human being will seek.

    Your poem reminds me this statement by Conrad Aiken: What is life? a huge injustice? a monstrous joke?
    I hope it wont be an injustice.
    Nader (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 321 Points Captain Cur (9/7/2012 11:19:00 AM)

    Mars sounds like a wonderful person and friend. I liked this joint poem, young Ellias. (Report) Reply

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