ROCHISH MON

(4-11-00 / INDIA)

The Garce Of Peace


Wars should not take place at all
Welfare should be enjoyed by one and all
We do not want lines of control
Having flow of consideration is our goal

Every country has greatness-manifestation
Every country is indeed a great nation
We have to develop a sense of internationality
In order to save the future human society

Cordialness should pave the ways
Voluntarily we have to reach others
On the rendezvous of the earth
Goodwill should be tendered henceforth

The clouds of hearts should shower goodness
Crops of amity should get cultivated amid us
Zephyr of equality should blow around us
Fragrance of unity should surround us

Kindness should in hear in every mind
Gentleness should prevail over mankind
The grace of peace should influence our future
The world should remain as serene literature.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 01, 2013

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