When hardships faced
At the present location
Are totally unbearable
One reviews the situation.
One considers if it's worth
To stick to the current position
Or move away to a different
Place to pursue something.
Migration occurs naturally
Birds and animals migrate
As weather changes with seasons
And food becomes scarce.
Prevailing conditions of drought
Or man created wars force
People to move to far off lands
Nothing else'll be worse they think.
Migration's hard to tackle
We must establish peace
Distribution of resources must
Be addressed properly at every stage.
Topic of this poem: peace
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