Tinashe Mupedzapasi

Rookie - 247 Points (12-07-1993)

Weapons of mass destruction


Weapons of mass destruction are not haboured in the amoury of a country somewhere
Weapons of mass destruction are not in the crevices and dungeons of any country
They are not hidden somewhere private
They are not made of metals or atoms
They can't be touched or seen
But can only be felt for they are in peoples' hearts
Its not a bomb that brings malice
But it's malice that causes someone to design a bomb
Envy, grudges, malice and anger
Are worst weapons ever
Weapons of mass destruction are in the heart

Submitted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013

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